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    Question How long does it take a Persimmon to bear fruit?

    I planted 3 persimmon trees last spring that seem to be doing well. they all grew some this year and sprouted leaves. My question is how long am I going to have to wait for these trees to bear fruit?

    The trees were 1 1/2 to 2 ft tall when I planted them.
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    They can fruitr at 5 or so years, most likely 10 or so.. Keep in mind that some will be males and will never bear fruit.
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    Not sure on the time but mine seem to produce fruit every other year or so. But they were loaded down this year good luck with them. O ya there not to bad to eat when they are ripe

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    I've never planted one to see how long it takes but I have a couple of 30 40 foot tall ones with lots of little ones nearby and from observing those it appears that the tree won't bear fruit until it gets about 6 to eight feet tall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CSS archer View Post
    They can fruitr at 5 or so years, most likely 10 or so.. Keep in mind that some will be males and will never bear fruit.
    Spoken by a true Dr. Ron Jones student!! But if them trees are from Gilbertsville probably on the 10 to 15 year range!!

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