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American Persimmons

One of our best native American fruits and hardy to minus 25°F., American Persimmon can be grown in all but the coldest regions of the U.S. Our hard-to-find, grafted varieties produce bountiful crops of delicious, light-orange fruit. American Persimmon fruit is ready to eat when it is soft like a tomato and is great for fresh eating and for making delectable cookies, cakes, and other treats. great for fresh eating and for making delectable cookies, cakes, and other treats. American Persimmon trees are easy to keep at 10-12 ft. in height with pruning.

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Early Golden

Early Golden

One of the best American Persimmon varieties, Early Golden's 1-1/2" diameter fruit becomes very sweet and deep orange when ripe, with a delicious taste not unlike dates.
1400
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Male Persimmon

Male Persimmon

Valuable as a pollinator for our American Persimmon varieties, our Male variety is also a very attractive tree in its own right. Male Persimmons do not bear fruit.
1430
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Meader

Meader

Selected by the late Professor Elwyn Meader in New Hampshire, this outstanding, self-fertile variety produces delicious, sweet, deep orange fruit. A fine ornamental as well, Meader's large, dark green foliage turns a beautiful red and yellow in the fall.
1436
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Prairie Sun™

Prairie Sun™

Prairie Sun™ (Claypool A-33 cv.) This beautiful, orange-yellow fruit is not only early ripening, it is also delectably sweet, firm, and delicious. Apparently self-fertile, Prairie Sun™ bears abundant crops of large seedless fruit in our orchard.
1457
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