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North Carolina’s Multi-Functional Persimmon Tree
Transcript of North Carolina’s Multi-Functional Persimmon Tree
Area of Residence
Why I Chose This Tree:
Types of Persimmon Fruit
Persimmon Trees are native and wide spread through-out North Carolina. They are not only beautiful for landscaping, but produce edible fruit for animals and even humans. The fruit can be made into pudding, cake, bread, pie, wine, beer, and many other non-alcoholic beverages.
Pollination-variant (PVNA): edible only if firm & pollinated
Pollination-constant (PCNA): edible always when firm
North Carolina's Multi-Functional Persimmon Tree
Common Persimmon Tree
William B. Umstead State Park
Male vs Female
Multi or Single-stem
30-70 ft tall
Even, smooth, hard texture
7 in long, 4 in wide
Pale to yellow & greenish to glossy green
Spherical, Acorn, Flattened, Squarish
Light yellow-orange to a dark orange-red
Weight - few ounces to a pound
Cream type color
Male - pinker & groups of threes
FOLKLORE - Predict Weather
Not too cold or too hot
Can handle short periods of drought
Full Sun - best
Partial Shade - ok
Deep & well-drained soil / not too salty
Homemade Alcoholic & Non-alcoholic beer
Golf club heads
Kernel shape = spoon
heavy & wet snowfall next winter
Kernel shape = fork
mild winter w/light & powdery snowfall
Kernel shape = knife
rough winter w/a lot of ice & wind
Sour, bitter taste
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