Adela Edington

Angaben zum Lebenslauf

Japanese persimmons, Diospyros kaki L., were introduced right into the United States from Japan by Admiral Perry who discovered the fruit growing on the shore of Southern Japan in 1851. The majority of the early Japanese persimmon intros in 1828 were sprouted from seed in Washington, DC, but were not successful, due to the uncommonly cold wintertimes experienced during that duration.

plants winter seasons experienced throughout that period.