Thanks for replies, it helps,
@hubert cumberdale : Yup, its on the list. I bought the Hatchya cultivar which is good for drying
Have you an idea of the period of dropping, does fruit hang on trees and drop till january of february ?
I also considering freezing them for human and animals consumptions, to extend persimmon until spring
John Polk wrote:The seed listing I have for D. lotus says that they are hardy to zone 5.
It also says that if you dry them, they taste a lot like dates.
Jodi Shaw wrote:I live in the Seattle area and was hoping someone would have advice on which variety does well in the PNW? Which have the best flavor for this area? I have heard that the tastiest is the Jiro (Fuyu) from Japan, but seeing as Seattle is lucky to even have a summer sometimes, that a Jiro wouldn't be ideal. Would love some input, thanks!