Diospyros virginiana


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Noun1.Diospyros virginiana - medium-sized tree of dry woodlands in the southern and eastern United States bearing yellow or orange very astringent fruit that is edible when fully ripeDiospyros virginiana - medium-sized tree of dry woodlands in the southern and eastern United States bearing yellow or orange very astringent fruit that is edible when fully ripe
persimmon - orange fruit resembling a plum; edible when fully ripe
Diospyros, genus Diospyros - a genus of trees or shrubs that have beautiful and valuable wood
persimmon, persimmon tree - any of several tropical trees of the genus Diospyros
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6 Diospyros virginiana -- -- -- Sassafras albidum -- -- -- Primus serotina Ehrh.
Diospyros cauliflora Blume belongs to the genus Diospyros which is a large genus of mainly tropical trees within the family Ebenaceae, many of which are economically important plants such as edible fruit (persimmons, Diospyros kaki Thunb and Diospyros virginiana L.
American-persimmon, Diospyros Virginiana, is a medium-sized tree that has handsome deep green foliage and dark blocky bark.
scoparium, and Sorghastrum nutans); 6) broomsedge/persimmon-smooth sumac herbaceous association (Andropogon virginicus, Diospyros virginiana, and Rhus glabra); 7) side oats grama herbaceous association (Bouteloua curtipendula); 8) little bluestem-red cedar herbaceous association (S.
Scientific name: Diospyros virginiana Persimmon is a multi-trunked or single-stemmed deciduous tree, which grows up to 25 ft.
But because ripe persimmons are delicious, I persisted and through trial and error, I have discovered a reliable way to establish whether eating the fruit of a Diospyros virginiana will be pleasant or not.
Hawthorns X Cupressocyparis leylandii Leyland cypress Diospyros virginiana Persimmon Eleagnus angustifolia Russian olive Eucalyptus sp.
As I reread this past week's entry, it is a litany in Latin: Quercus nigra, Taxodium distichum, Pinus glabra, Pinus taeda, Diospyros virginiana, and a song of praise in English: water oak, baldcypress, spruce pine, loblolly pine, persimmon.
Sapium sebiferum and Diospyros virginiana did not show any evidence of intraspecific interaction (Table 2).
Diospyros virginiana, Oxydendrum arboreum, Pinus virginiana, Quercus muehlenbergii, Q.