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Claypool Persimmons

From the invaluable work of the late Jim Claypool, an amateur and American Persimmon enthusiast, his varieties are delicious examples of the best of this native American fruit. Hardy to minus 25°F., American Persimmon can be grown in all but the coldest regions of the U.S. 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. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of Claypool Persimmons helps pay for the upkeep of the Claypool orchard in Illinois.

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Prairie Star™

Prairie Star™

One of the earliest ripening American Persimmon varieties, Prairie Star™ is prized for its unusually large, very sweet, firm and flavorful fruit. Apparently self-fertile, Prairie Star™ fruit is also seedless in our orchard.
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$ 32.95 Available in the Fall
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.
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$ 32.95 Available in the Fall
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