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The Chocolate Persimmon Tree is a real treat for your garden. Get ready for some sweet and chocolaty goodness!
The Chocolate Persimmon Tree produces acorn shaped persimmons that are about the size of a plum. And here's the best part - they taste like chocolate pudding! Yup, you read that right. These non-astringent fruits can be eaten when firm, and as they ripen, they develop a sweet and creamy flavor that's hard to resist. Talk about a tasty and unique treat for your taste buds!
At maturity, the Chocolate Persimmon Tree can reach a height of 10-12 feet, which is a great size for a shade tree or focal point in your garden. Plus, it's a moderate grower, so you don't have to wait forever to enjoy its tasty treats. It will begin producing in 2-3 years after planting.
Chocolate Persimmon Tree Care Information
When it comes to sunlight, this tree loves to soak up the sun. Give it a minimum of 6-8 hours of sunshine each day to keep it healthy and happy. And when it comes to soil, well-draining soil is always the safest bet. But if you're feeling generous, adding a bit of compost or organic matter to the soil before planting will give your tree a burst of nutrients and help it thrive.
Is the Chocolate Persimmon Tree astringent or non-astringent? Well, this tree falls into the non-astringent category, which means you can enjoy the fruits when they're still firm. Best part? No need to wait for them to soften like you might have to with other persimmons. Talk about an easy and tasty treat!
When it comes to planting your new friend in your garden, give it plenty of space - about 10 feet away from other structures or trees. And remember to water it deeply but infrequently, keeping the soil moist but not waterlogged.
The Chocolate Persimmon Tree is a delicious and unique addition to any garden. With its tasty fruits, moderate growth, and easy care requirements, it's a win all around. Plant one today and get ready to satisfy your sweet tooth. Happy planting!
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Growing Zones 7, 8, 9, 10, 11