Heavy Bearing Fruits in the First Year!
The Fuyu Persimmon is a must for fruit tree lovers. You’ll find numerous benefits...
• Over 300 lbs of fruit on a mature tree!
• You can eat right after plucking.
• The fruit is sweet and loaded with nutrients.
• Fruits ripen from September until early winter.
• Tree is easy to plant and prune.
• Tree needs little water or fertilizer.
This self-pollinating fruit tree will become the pride of your yard. Ripe delicious persimmons will delight your taste buds from fall to winter. The Fuyu will provide months of fresh fruits for eating out of hand or for numerous recipes like cookies and pudding.
The Fuyu is high in Vitamin A and C, potassium, fiber, and amino acids. The fruits can sit out in your kitchen for several weeks before eating. Your easiest storage method is to leave the fruits on the tree for months and pick them when you’re ready. You’ll find delight not only in the massive amounts of fruit, but also the dark green leaves that turn fall shades of red, orange, and yellow.
Pick More. Work Less.
Despite the elegant appearance and production, the maintenance is surprisingly low. Think of it as the ultimate “just pick and eat” tree. Planting is simple, and watering is really only required after the initial planting. The Fuyus are not water lovers. They enjoy all types of climates and can tolerate drought. Persimmons like all types of soil as long as its well-drained.
The Fuyus from the nursery are grafted which means you see fruit within a year. You will not miss planting from seed, which can take 9 years to produce.
Little Pruning. Many Fruits.
The tree is both non-GMO and easily suitable for organic production. Bugs and disease are rarely problems. Small amounts of fertilizer will keep your tree more than happy. You don’t even need a strict pruning regiment. Simply prune for size control and crossed or dangled limbs. The work is simple, and the rewards are numerous. Forget the expensive persimmons at your supermarket. The fruits will feed you, and anyone who comes to admire your beautiful tree.