When do persimmon trees bear fruit?

Answer Persimmon trees start to bear fruit after seven years of growth. The fruit begins ripening at the end of autumn into the early part of winter. They are best eaten after they have fully ripened.Sour... Read More »

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How to Transplant Fuji Persimmon Fruit Trees?

The Fuyu Jiro persimmon, sometimes erroneously called "Fuji," is an Asian persimmon, and one of the most frequently planted cultivars of the species. Fuyu is non-astringent and its fruit is firm an... Read More »

When will chestnut trees bear fruit?

Chestnut trees start producing their chestnut fruits at three to four years of age. Chestnuts are harvested in the early fall when they drop to the ground. Chestnut trees are self-infertile, meanin... Read More »

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Do all mulberry trees bear fruit?

Mulberry trees that grow in the United States have their male and female flowers on separate trees, meaning that not all mulberries bear fruit. The female trees of the chief species in the country,... Read More »