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Fuyugaki Persimmon Tree

  • Produces a sweet, delicious fruit that ripens in the fall
  • Naturally resistant to disease and pests
  • For areas with well-drained soil in the full sun or partial shade
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Product Overview

The Fuyugaki or Fuyu, Persimmon is a small deciduous tree that produces medium-large, tomato shaped fruit that tends to have distinct indentations that run up and down the persimmon making it appear almost square. This non-astringent persimmon is deep orange with a light orange flesh and it ripens in late October or early November. The fruit is sweet and mild and can be eaten fresh or used in jellies and pies. It also keeps well so you can save some for later. Besides the fruit, the Fuyugaki is a good choice because it is pest and disease resistant. The tree grows to 20 ft. to 30 ft. tall and 20 ft. to 30 ft. wide. It requires full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. It is semi-self-pollinating. We graft the Fuyugaki persimmon onto native American persimmon root stock. It is shipped in a 4x4x10 in. pot with a minimum height of 12 in. and is hardy in USDA zones 8-9.
  • Great for eating fresh off the tree or used in making jellies or pies
  • Produces medium-large tomato shaped fruit
  • Mature size of 15 ft. to 20 ft. tall x 15 ft. to 20 ft. wide
  • Requires 100 to 200 chill hours
  • Shipped in a 4x4x10 in. pot; minimum height 12 in.

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Common NamePersimmon TreeApple TreeFig TreePlum Tree
Hardiness Zone8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)4 (-30 to -20 F)7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Additional CharacteristicsDisease Resistant,Insect ResistantDisease Resistant,Drought Tolerant,Non-GMO,Pollinator RequiredLow Maintenance
Sun ToleranceFull SunSun or ShadeFull SunFull Sun
Evergreen or DeciduousDeciduousDeciduousDeciduousDeciduous
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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
240
Mature Width (in.)
240

Details

Additional Characteristics
Disease Resistant,Insect Resistant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
12
Best Time to Plant
Fall to Spring
Blossom Color
Yellow
Botanical Name
Diospyros kaki
Common Name
Persimmon Tree
Evergreen or Deciduous
Deciduous
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)
Optimal Soil Condition
Acidic
Organic
Non-Organic
Organic
No
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
240
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Wildlife Attracted
Pollinators
Wildlife Deterred
No Wildlife Deterred

Questions & Answers

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Is this available in Pensacola store now?

Asked by Skeet June 3, 2020
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot for PLANT ME GREEN Fuyugaki Persimmon Tree. This item is not available in store. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.

How large is the fruit?

Asked by Beth May 26, 2020
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Up to the size of a soft ball baseball

The leaves of my tree are covered with black spots. They start to curl up and die. What could be...

Asked by JJ May 6, 2020
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Check the PH of your soil. Also black spots are a sign of a fungus. There are fungal soaps you can spray on the tree to kill the fungus, check with your local nursery

Can this plant survive in New Jersey?

Asked by Leo March 24, 2020
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There are 4 zones in New Jersey. Fuyugaki Persimmon Trees will grow in 7 through 11, And you need 2 trees for pollination. check your location if you are in the zone 6 area you will need a green house for your trees in winter.

Hi, Can this plant in PA in the Montgomery area zip code of 19027?

Asked by Betsy March 9, 2020
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Hello Betsy, Thank you for your inquiry. According to the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone this is hardy in zones 8-9. Your area is a zone 6-7 which is a little lower temperatures but can still be planted. Thank you for choosing The Home Depot.

can persimmon be planted also bear fruit in zip code 32738 Deltona, florida. .

Asked by prunes March 9, 2020
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Yes

Can you root cuttings from this tree?

Asked by Russ March 3, 2020
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Yes, you can do root cuttings from this tree.

Whill this plant grow in south florida

Asked by Naz January 21, 2020
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Yes, this plant will grow in south florida.

Do those fruits have seeds?

Asked by Vinny December 8, 2019
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Yes, these fruits have seeds.

If I purchase the tree now, it is too cold to plant it outside now in Maryland as we are entering...

Asked by Trinh November 23, 2019
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Too cold

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It was not a good plant. It diedI also bought...
It was not a good plant. It diedI also bought a pear tree and it is full of black spots. The company must be selling rejects to Home Depot because I have never had problems before from this company.
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The tree started to grow, but the leaves start to become black, curled up, dry from the tips. Ha...
The tree started to grow, but the leaves start to become black, curled up, dry from the tips. Has this tree some disease coming with it?
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Very small tree didn't look healthy, it was dead on the 5 day
Very small tree didn't look healthy, it was dead on the 5 day
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It arrived on time. I planted it the same day. It seems to be ok. Growing new leaves within a few...
It arrived on time. I planted it the same day. It seems to be ok. Growing new leaves within a few days. Hope it will be ok.
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I was so happy when I received my persimmon tree. It was very much alive & healthy.I planted it o...
I was so happy when I received my persimmon tree. It was very much alive & healthy.I planted it on the ground after a week now more leaves are showing up & it is growing. Not disappointed with this product good timing to buy spring season.
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ordered 2 and both of them completely death when it arrived.
ordered 2 and both of them completely death when it arrived.
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hurry up & make fruit, little tree!! yeah everything arrived great, had 3 half-brown leaves cling...
hurry up & make fruit, little tree!! yeah everything arrived great, had 3 half-brown leaves clinging to life that fell off within a week of me putting the roots in the ground.. tree seems very happy in its new home. i hope it repays its happiness a hundredfold in coming years. i lived in japan couple years & in the winter kinda got accustomed to helping myself to any persimmons i found growing wild. fell in love with em. cannot wait to rekindle the romance
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Four plants arrived healthy with full of leaves. They were planted within 24h. Unfortunately, one...
Four plants arrived healthy with full of leaves. They were planted within 24h. Unfortunately, one didn't make it despite being equally cared for. Please advise ...
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Receved trees, they are still alive. There's a note with them teaching me how should I take care of them. Trees are planted to their home now with new leaves growing. :-) hope they grow bigger, strongger. Can't wait to try the fruit:-P
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We have property that is heavy, sandy, flat old peanut farm. We bought one persimmon to try about three years ago with a gift certificate in store in Chesapeake, VA. I produced the first time this fall (three falls later). We are not green thumbs so planted it with a square foot of bush and shrub dirt mixed with native soil and let it go. We did mulch it a couple times but have added no other fertilizer. After a spring of flooding and a summer of no rain (we didn't water these at all this year), I just picked two fruit, immediate ate one which was wonderful. We didn't get fruit off of any other trees except a few apples that are planted on slightly higher ground. Notice the pics that in our high water table, the tree hasn't grown in height at all from when we bought it. In fact we pruned it down last winter to help the roots cope. Notice also there is more fruit to pick!
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