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1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon tree

 1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon tree  -  1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon Tree
 1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon tree  -  1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon Tree
 1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon tree  -  1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon Tree
Item #: 1 Gallon Early Drop - Grafted American Female Persimmon Tree
Availability: Fall ship Zones 7a-9 ONLY. Ship end of Sept-Dec
Usually ships In End of Sept-Dec based on USDA Plant zones of 7a-9 only!
Price: $31.95





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    The Deer Candy tree! Deer seek out persimmons and will come to these trees for miles around. Every hunter knows that deer love persimmons!

    Deer Candy Persimmons are grafted American female persimmons and will bear fruit in 2-3 years depending on the care and climate they receive. Medium sized persimmon, 1.25-1.5" long. Fruit has nutty flavor and ripens early. Very productive, drops fruit between late August through October depending on variety and climate. With a slow growth rate, all persimmons are easy to grow. Cold hardy, Zones 5-9.


    Size Shipped 12-30" 1 yr old 1 gallon container grown - $31.95

    *Note: Spring trees are shipped bareroot without soil or a container.

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    Varieties included under this collection: *Morris Burton, Big DV, Prok and Yates.

    Mature Height: 30'-50'

    Mature Spread: 20'-35'

    Tree Form:Central Leader

    Foliage: Beautiful red-purple color in fall, deciduous (seasonally loses leaves)

    Bloom: May - June in most locations
    Fruit: Orange (when ripe) 1-1.5" fruit with 4-6 large flat seeds ripens Aug-Oct
    Wildlife: Excellent for deer and wildlife.
    Light requirements: Full sun

    Pollination: Best pollination when planted with another grafted American female persimmon tree.
    Soil type: Adapted to upland, wet if only seasonal and well drained or sandy clay or loam; Ph 6.0-7.0

    Foliage: Beautiful red color in fall, deciduous (seasonally loses leaves)

    Fertilization:It is not recommended fertilize trees at time of planting or young trees. Excessive fertilizing may cause premature fruit drop. Apply a balanced fertilizer (such as a 10-10-10 or Espoma  Tree Tone Organic) in late or early spring after the tree is established.

    Pruning: Most persimmon trees require little pruning, especially once they’re bearing fruits. Pruning is usually restricted to controlling the tree’s size or removing dead, diseased, and damaged branches. Prune any suckers that develop.

    Maintenance: Easy

    Hardiness Zone: 5-9

    Price does not include Shipping and Handling.

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    Available at farm for pickup: 3-gallon. Please call for prices and availability.