To eat a fully tree ripened Japanese persimmon in October is a mind changing experience and an event that creates? an unforgettable autumn memory that you and your children will want to repeat and experience each year thereafter. The Giant Fuyu persimmon can be eaten straight off the tree, even in the green stage with no bitter taste, and unlike most of the other Japanese persimmon cultivars.
Many other oriental types of persimmon varieties are juicy and delicious when allowed to soften on the kitchen table or a sunlit kitchen window. The Japanese persimmons are ideal fruit trees to plant in an urban small garden, because most of the trees are grafted onto dwarfing rootstocks, and that often will cause the persimmon tree to bear some fruit the first year and that certainly makes the persimmon harvesting easier and quicker. Japanese persimmon trees are easy to grow, and if you buy your trees from Ty Ty Nursery, you will buy them at the lowest price posted online that is possible, and the Japanese persimmon trees are guaranteed to live.
Persimmons begin ripening here in Georgia the last of August and persimmons hang on the trees some years until after Christmas. Most Japanese persimmon trees are cold hardy up to zone 8, Atlanta Ga., but the new Russian persimmon, Nikita's Gift' is being grown in the Northern States successfully..
Cold Hardy Persimmon Trees
Ty Ty Nursery has a cold hardy persimmon tree that will survive temperatures of 0 degrees Fahrenheit. Bearing size Nikita's Gift Persimmon trees can bear fruit the first year, for Northern gardeners.
Five Varieties of Persimmons
Ty Ty Nursery offers 7 different varieties of Japanese Persimmon Trees in multiple sizes. Our professional plant experts can answer any Persimmon questions you may have or to take a phone order. Japanese Persimmons sell out every year, so do not miss place an order today.