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Few people realize the new hybrid Japanese persimmon trees grow to the size of a large orange and can be picked off the tree, even in the green stage and eaten out of hand without the bitterness that comes from eating wild American persimmons.  The Giant Fuyu Japanese Persimmon tree is a grafted tree and this cultivar produces very large, flattened persimmons that are juicy with a sweet flavorful pulp unlike most other fruits.  Call Aaron's persimmon nursery to get the best cold hardy Japanese persimmons for planting in your area.  When the dormant season begins, Aaron's farm persimmon nursery can ship your persimmons to you fast by UPS, delivered right to your front door.

Chocolate Persimmon Tree Eureka Persimmon Tree Fuyu Giant Persimmon Tree Hachiya Persimmon Tree Tamopan Persimmon Tree Tanenashi Persimmon Tree
Chocolate Persimmon Tree Eureka Persimmon Tree Fuyu Giant Persimmon Tree Hachiya Persimmon Tree Tamopan Persimmon Tree Tanenashi Persimmon Tree
USDA Zones 8-10


USDA Zones 8-10 USDA Zones 8-10 USDA Zones 8-10 USDA Zones 8-10 USDA Zones 8-10
Fuyu Giant Persimmon Tree
Tam-O-Pan Persimmon
Tanenashi Persimmon Trees
One of the best varieties of persimmon that you can grow today is the Giant Fuyu Persimmon. We offer free online videos that include information on these trees, and our experts here at Aaron's Farm can answer any questions you have regarding the growth and pollination. A tender, juicy, and sweet persimmon variety that you could grow in your backyard orchard today is the Tamopan. It's a golden-red skinned fruit that ripens in November and is on sale at Aaron's Farm today, starting at everyday low-prices.

If you're interested in low-priced Persimmon Trees, guaranteed to grow in your backyard garden, look no further. Aaron's Farm offers 6 varieties that range from USDA Zones 8-10. If you're located within the appropriate growing zones for these trees, please feel free to contact us today for some of the best tasting Persimmons that you can grow on your own trees today!