Mark & Helen Angermayer
hangermayer at isp.com
Mon Dec 10 13:49:12 EST 2007
I've been excited to try Morris Burton. Although I haven't grown any yet,
it's been recommended by the gals at Hidden Springs and John Brittain at
Nolin Nut nursery as the best tasting cultivar. Tried to grow it last
summer and it died. The early freeze killed one and the other slowly
withered and died (I didn't know they were supposed to be watered a lot.)
John Brittian said they can take almost as much water as pecan. Morris
Burton is supposed to be small though, and soft, but very sweet. Ordered
another for this spring.
currently zone 6a
P.S. Interestingly, just the persimmon grafts died, both rootstocks
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ginda Fisher" <>
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Sent: Sunday, December 09, 2007 11:02 PM
Subject: [NAFEX] Persimmons
> Can you ripen persimmons in Massachusetts zone 6? Do they need full sun
> there? Any cultivar recommendations?
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