Tamopan Persimmon


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Tamopan Persimmon is golden red, tender, juicy persimmon with a distinctive acorn shape. Fruit is very large with a distinctive acorn shape and thick skin; can be eaten with a spoon from the half shell like an avocado. Tamopan flesh is very sweet and of the astringent type (should be eaten when jelly soft to the touch) and is excellent for cooking and baking. Self-fertile.

Growing Considerations for Tamopan Persimmon

USDA Zones: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

Bloom Period: Very Late

Harvest Period: Very Late

Storage: 1-2 months

Low Chill: Yes

Uses: Fresh Eating, Desserts / Pies, Cooking / Sauces, Canning / Preserves

Disease Resistance: Excellent

Pollination Requirement: Self-Fertile

Years to Bear: 2-5 years

Mature Size: 12-16 ft.

Shape when Shipped: Whip (no branching)

Rootstock: Lotus

Pruning: Summer prune to maintain 8 ft.

Water Requierments: 4-8 gallons per week May through Sept.

Recommended Spacing: 12-16 ft.

Size supplied when shipped: 1/2 to 3/4 inch caliper*;  Trees range from 4-8 ft. in our field and trimmed to 4 to 5 ft. when shipped. Our young two year trees are most often feathered (side limbs).


*As noted by University of California Scientists and other qualified professionals the most successful trees often have caliper from 1/2" to 5/8" and usually establish faster than smaller and larger planting stock.

Shipping Note:  Our fruit trees and berries are delivered to you bareroot during their winter dormancy from January through May depending on USDA zone. Trees are shipped with your invoice and helpful planting directions. There is no minimum quantity required but shipping rate for an individual tree is expensive since UPS/Fed Ex charge a dimensional weight and an additional handling fee to ship a tree. You'll find it's cost effective to consider a handful of trees,vines or our helpful Tree Starter Kits.

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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 01 July, 2011.