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Produce at the market
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by Debbie Wright
on November 8, 2012 at 1:06 AM
My neighbor has persimmmons falling on the ground and other person a few miles away is selling them in there front yard  
on a card table for 50 cents each they are beautiful I bought 30 and gave them away everyone wanted them. I have never had any but now I have a ton more from my neighbor that are the smaller variety. The fuyu I am just learning about them. The Hiciya are the ones I bought I was wondering which one is sweeter and which one is more popular. I found the oblong to be pretty for floral arrangements in place of flowers similar to using Pomagrantes with a wood stick placing them in an arrangement and maybe they still can be eaten once soft.
 
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