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Hill Country Persimmon



“Ornamental deciduous shrub with multiple, erect, arching stems that form a loose, round shape. This ornamental native has creamy white, flat-topped flower clusters in spring, giving way to large clusters of dark blue berries in late summer, early fall.

Tolerant of a variety of conditions, Arrowwood Viburnum prefers moist, well drained sites and grows best in full sun to partial shade.

Ripened fruit hangs in clusters and is a favorite of wildlife. The dense foliage provide cover to birds and small woodland mammals, with the leaves, bark, and woody branches being preferred by beaver, deer and rabbit.”

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This persimmon is a shrubby bush/tree for sale and is found in the northern Mexico and Central and West Texas. It’s very common in the Edwards Plateau area and a common tree in the wild areas around Austin. They will tolerate a variety of soil types, except a thin, rocky limestone outcropping. Persimmons are a favorite for deer and squirrels who tend to eat the fruit before it’s ripe.
Common Name Hill Country Persimmon
Scientific Name Diospyros
Wildlife Value cover, browse
Height 12 - 15’


Vegetation Zone 7-10 Green
USDA Zone 7-10

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4-5' 5 Gallon Rooted Container