After 40 years of trial and error, we now have persimmon trees that produce fruit even after our coldest winters(wind chills of -40 C ). Our persimmon fruit mellows(when fully ripe) into a delicious, sweet, orange-fleshed delicacy. Our Taylor persimmon fruit look just like the Asian kaki persimmon....except smaller and tastier. If your area gets winter temps in - 35 C range, we suggest planting only Taylor persimmon trees grown from our fruit seeds and not grafted trees. Why? The graft makes the persimmon tree less resistant to winter cold. The quality of the fruit on the seedling trees produced from our seeds is excellent. Some of our seedling Canadian persimmon are self-fertile females but we suggest planting several seedling trees to ensure fruiting. If you only have room for only one tree then we suggest planting the self fertile grafted CORA persimmon …a selection of one of the Taylor seedlings. Fruit harvest for persimmons is late Oct. on the bare branches but can be picked earlier and easily ripened off the tree. 


Persimmon Taylor SPECIAL.... 3 trees for $399


Related products