Common Persimmon


Diospyros virginiana, also known as possum apples, is native to Eastern and Midwest America. It is cultivated for its fruit but also grows wild. The fruit is edible for humans but is also sought out by possums, skunks, deer, raccoons, birds, and squirrels. Wikipedia


You can help scientists understand how climate change is impacting this species by using the phenophase guide below to observe its lifecycle in Nature's Notebook.


Common Persimmon Phenophase Guide
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