[Homestead] Tree ID
roxann at ancientearthwisdom.com
Mon Jul 23 18:37:19 EDT 2007
gene, i have the same things on the ground and i still think they're persimmons blown down by wind and ripened on the ground - they are nowhere near the tree and i don't notice them until they're blue/purple ripe, but they're too small so i think they fell green and ripened later and that's when i see them.
roxann, nw ar
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Gene GeRue <genegerue at ruralize.com>
> Subject: Re: [Homestead] Tree ID
> Sent: 23 Jul '07 22:01
> On Jul 23, 2007, at 11:15 AM, EarthNSky wrote:
> > I think I asked this once before, but CRS has striken, so here we
> > go again..
> > I have several trees on my property that have a fruit that is the
> > color
> > of a blueberry, but the size and shape of a persimmon. This grows in
> > the woods alongside the hickories, oaks, and sweetgums. It must fruit
> > in late June, as I am finding the semi-dried fruits on the ground now.
> > Each fruit has multiple seeds, like a persimmon, but this is not a
> > persimmon tree.
> > Any ideas?
> Are you sure it's not a persimmon? Early fruit is the color of blue
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