Description

Early Golden Persimmon

General Information

Early Golden Persimmon is a larger sized fruiting tree.  The persimmon is a native tree, with a range covering the eastern half of the United States.  The tree has an overall rounded shape.  Long, to 6 inches, oval shaped leaves.  Dark green and glossy during the growing season, yellowish-green tinted orange in the fall.  Cream to yellow flowers bloom in the late spring.  The fruits mature to deep orange in the fall.   The fruit on the Early Golden Persimmon tend to be larger than the standard persimmon.  As the name would suggest, the fruits tend to ripen early, making this a great choice for colder areas.  Fruits can be eaten fresh or for a variety of cooking uses.  Deep furrowed bark adds good winter interest.   

Additional Information

Diospyros virginiana ‘Early Golden’ grows to a height of 35 to 60 feet, with a spread of 20 to 35 feet.  The trees are slower growing, so it may take many years to reach that size.  It is recommended for USDA planting zones 4 to 9.  It tends to do best in full sunlight.  It does well with average amounts of moisture in well drained soils. 

Shipping Notes

NOT AVAILABLE FOR SALE IN THESE US STATES AND TERRITORIES: AK, HI, GM, PR, VI. Also, WE NO LONGER SHIP TO CALIFORNIA due to Department of Ag restrictions on live plants.

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Mature Width 20 to 35 Feet
Mature Height 35 to 60 Feet
Light Full Sun
Planting Zone 4 to 9

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