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Persimmon leaf loss

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frenchie starts with ...
I am contemplating buying a persimmon to use as a shade tree in a spot where I will want the winter sun.
I live in Northern NSW and I was wondering what time of the year the leaf loss would be likely occur up in our climate. I am thinking of Nightingale.
Thanks!

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Alstonville, NSW
4th February 2014 10:03am
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VF says...
Leaf loss is about April in Gold Coast Hinterland. Maybe similar or a touch earlier for you.
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9th February 2014 7:31am
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frenchie says...
Thank VF, could you also tell me when leaf grow starts again? Which variety of persimmon do you have?
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9th February 2014 8:05pm
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VF says...
The leaves start budding in September. I have a Fuyu and Jiro, both considered early varieties, but the Jiro seems the earliest of the two . This may be influenced by where I've planted though, as the Fuyu is on a South facing slope, the Jiro on a West facing slope.
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frenchie says...
Thanks for taking the time answer VF. Greatly appreciated as I could not get this info anywhere.
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10th February 2014 10:49am
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