[nafex] Persimmon recommendations for zone 5

lee sharp sharplr at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 6 10:52:19 EDT 2001


You should be able to grow the cultivar "Roseyanka" in
zone 5.It is a D. kaki/ D. virginia cross. Jerry
Lehman has success with it at Terre Haute,In.I suggest
you contact him for additional information. I have
been producing it for 2 years and never found a seed
in a fruit but I understand they  occasionally do
produce seed.They are shaped like the D.virginia and
most of the crop will have a diameter of 2".My plants
are on local D.virginia rootstock.
You may contact me direct at my address:
sharplr at yahoo.com for additional info.
Lee Sharp
Lower zone 8

 
--- edforest55 at hotmail.com wrote:
> Anyone have any recommendations for persimmon
> varieties in zone 5?
> I assume that I would have to use the D. virginiana
> as a rootstock 
> since the lotus one and the kaki are too cold tender
> right?
> Thanks.
> PS I think that the Meader sounded like the best
> choice, no seeds, 
> self fertile, productive, annual, with fruit that
> has quality and 
> size, that is, if I recall accurately.
> kevin Bradley
> 
> 


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