persimmon tree - Knowledgebase Question

yuba city, Ca
Question by grdldysf
February 11, 2011
how old does it have to be before it produces fruit, you don't have this listed. thank you


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Answer from NGA
February 11, 2011

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A persimmon tree normally bears fruit at 7-8 years of age. If you purchase a one or two year old tree (the most common ages of potted trees), it will take 5-6 years after planting for your tree to begin to produce fruit.

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