Looking back a little further at the Persimmon’s parentage, Japanese persimmons in general are native to China, where they have been cultivated since around 1000 BCE. Japanese persimmons spread quickly from China into Japan and Korea, where many cultivars have since been developed over the centuries. They were introduced into Europe sometime in the 1600s, and into the United States in the mid 1800s, though the first documented picture of a mature Persimmon in America came much later, in 1913. Today, Persimmon are grown primarily in Israel, Spain, and South Africa, with a small scale in California and the Gulf states, mainly in home gardens.
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