The Imoto Fuyu Persimmon is regarded for its ease of cultivation and ornamental beauty. These trees typically bear fruit in late fall and early winter – the persimmons are sweet and non-astringent, with a honey-like flavor. Generally, this variety is easy to grow, making it suitable for both novice and experienced gardeners.
- Produces reddish-orange colored fruits in the late fall and early winter
- Displays attractive glossy, dark green foliage
- Is self-fertile, but will produce a larger crop if planted with a second tree
- Bears fruit in 4 – 6 years