Our online store is temporarily closed. We hope to be able to update the online inventory as soon as possible, but there have been a lot of unanticipated life events this season that have complicated our time for computer crunching.

Our plant stand will open 05/28/22 this year and we'll be working a few markets as well.

American Persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)

American Persimmon is not native to Michigan, but it is considered nearly native and found just south of our state’s borders. Its nearly native status means that it still provides more ecological benefit than fruit trees imported from across the country or overseas. The plant produces an orange delicious fruit reminiscent of the flavor of dates. The fruit can be eaten fresh or used in puddings, cakes, other desserts, or beverages.

Additional information

Special Features

Edible, Good for Wild Birds

Sun

Full

Soil

Average, Dry

Height

35'-60'

Bloom Color

White

Bloom Time

June, May

Native Plant Category

Trees, Shrubs, and Vines