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  • Mignonne Swilling

    Diospyros virginiana - American Persimmon

  • Crest Arts

    American persimmon, Japanese Persimmons have larger fruits, same ornamental effect besides being delicious.

  • Janet Bickle

    American persimmon native to East Coast

  • Regina Morrow

    American persimmon, I have so many wonderful memories attached to these.

  • Dina Bahan

    American Persimmon - fruit that tastes similar to dates and beautiful fall color - why aren't they planted more?

  • Mary Rotio

    American persimmon tree. Another delicious native fruit!

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