Persimmon on Wikipedia Persimmon
(/pərˈsɪmən/) is the edible fruit of a number of species of trees in the genus Diospyros. The most widely cultivated of these is the Oriental
Diospyros kaki, the Oriental
, is the most widely cultivated species of the genus Diospyros
can refer to two dark-fruited species of the
and ebony genus Diospyros: Diospyros nigra (Black sapote) from Central America Diospyros
is the edible fruit of a number of species of trees in the genus Diospyros.
may also refer to:
(color), a shade of orange
Persimmon plc Persimmon
plc is a British housebuilding company, headquartered in York, England. The company is named after a horse which won the 1896 Derby and St.
is a type of traditional dried fruit snack in East Asia. Known as shìbǐng (柿餅) in Chinese, hoshigaki (干し柿) in Japanese, and gotgam (곶감)
Persimmon Branch Persimmon
Branch is a stream in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Missouri. It is a tributary of Big Lake Creek.
Branch was so named on account
Diospyros virginiana is a
species commonly called the American
, simmon, possumwood, possum apples
Persimmon vinegar Persimmon
vinegar is a vinegar made from Oriental
. Called gam-sikcho (감식초) in Korean, it is a traditional condiment, food ingredient, and beverage
Diospyros nigra, the black sapote, is a species of
. Common names include chocolate pudding fruit, black soapapple and (in Spanish) zapote prieto