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Requiring just 200 chill hours, 8 days of 45 degree F temperatures or below, to produce fruit, the Fuyugaki persimmon ripen in November. When ripe the Fuyugaki (Fuyu) skin develops a deep orange color that shines brightly on a sunny day. The Fuyugaki Japanese Persimmon fruit is tomato shaped and tends to have four distinct indentations that run up and down the persimmon that can appear almost square in shape at some viewing angles. The Fuyugaki (Fuyu) persimmons are the most popular persimmon trees in the United States ranging from Virginia to Florida and westward to California. In Japan the Fuyu is the most important commercial Japanese persimmon and the fruit is firm and can last for months unbruised, and it is non-astringent which means that it an be eaten even in the unripe state with no bitterness and completely seedless.


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survival April 26, 2015
Reviewer: Charles Denoncourt from Lewisberry, PA United States  
no life showing for either persimmon tree; roots may be active, but no indication yet of survival

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Late Bloomer April 21, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Augusta, GA  
I only ordered one about 4 feet tall, and it came with a cracked root, so I was unsure if it'd survive. I had about given up on it, but it just started getting leaves (late April), far later than everything else I planted. It looks healthy now, but it just took a while so don't give up on it too soon.

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Just a stick for now April 20, 2015
Reviewer: Trish Nguyen from Laurel, MD United States  
The tree looks just like a stick for now and hopefully, it will survive.

4/20/15: The permission tree is dried dead.  I trie to ask for replacement but the form instruction asks me to dig up my tree, send it back, and pay 20% processing.  It's like dealing with a cheap insurance company.  Never again I'll order from here.  $200 wasted.

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do not buy April 18, 2015
Reviewer: Yong31 from NJ  
Too much pruning, no root

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Height/root April 17, 2015
Reviewer: Ken Huynh from Winchester, VA United States  
Barely any root.  Unsure if tree will survive.  Height is way too short

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