Are persimmon trees good for firewood?

Answer Persimmon trees consist of high-density hardwood, according to the Colestin Rural Fire District. Persimmon wood is considered to be excellent quality firewood, as it is a dense, low-smoking and low... Read More »

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Is firewood ash from a fireplace any good as a fertilizer or not a good idea to use in garden or around trees?

Yes, as long as you are just burning wood (no plastics, pressure treated lumber ect) the ash is a good soil amendment. Basically you are recreating the natural process a forest fire does in rapidly... Read More »

How do I start persimmon trees?

Acquire fresh persimmon tree seed from the fruit or purchased from a store. Soak or wash in water seeds that were taken from fruit to get rid of any sugar. Fill a pot three-fourths of the way with ... Read More »

When do persimmon trees sprout?

Persimmon trees sprout after thawing. Outdoors, this means they sprout in the early spring after they have had a chance to thaw. If planted indoors, seeds will sprout upon removal from a few week s... Read More »

How do I grow persimmon trees from seed?

GerminationRemove the seeds from the fruit, rinse them off and allow them to dry for one to two days. Plant them 1 inch deep in a pot with nutrient-rich soil that drains well and leave the pot outs... Read More »