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Water was sparkling on young trees, and in several yards ripe persimmons glowed on the trees.
Some fruit trees: The good news is that Louisiana gardeners can grow a wide variety of fruiting plants, including apples, citrus, peaches, nectarines, pears, plums, muscadine grapes, figs, persimmons, pecans, blueberries and blackberries.
One piece is all-over deep persimmon, another cool gray, and another dilute blood.
There was dried persimmon and walnut cake for dessert.
Carefully pick up the very ripe persimmons and scoop out the jammy flesh and top your hot porridge.
Students have tried new, nutritious veggies and fruits, shared these experiences with their families, and parents report that their children prefer crunchy cabbage and persimmons instead of chips.
After establishing a following on Instagram, Roehrs has collected her drawings of stick figures dressed up in gowns made of pouffed persimmons and lacy kale in a book from Italian publisher Rizzoli (96 pages; $24.95).
Along with Arabica coffee, this year's newbies include 'Marseilles' fig, chocolate persimmon and moringa.
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PERSIMMON Defined for English Language Learners
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: a small, round, orange fruit
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