My Cup Runneth Over

My Fuyu Persimmon Tree has a good crop this year and so far I've only lost a few to predators.


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  • Kim 6y

    They look wonderful.
  • Kahlee Spiritdancing 6y

    Looks like you're full-up on Fuyus. Lovely composition.
  • Rene Rodriguez 6y

    Make sure they are ripe before you eat them.
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks Kim and Kahlee...It's the biggest crop I've ever had ...I just read of what sounds like a delicious way to serve them ...sauteed with a little brown sugar, butter and cinnamon and spooned over ice cream.
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks Rene ...but the Fuyus you can eat crisp like an apple ..Really..
  • jeepskate 6y

    Yummy thoughts on how you serve over ice cream. Those pretentious persimmon predators are primarily people.
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Um...It's in my fenced backyard...My neighborhood roaming raccoon raider remains the number one suspect predator...Thanks Trevis
  • vera-K 6y

    Love your presentations ... Nice table and chair too ! ;-)
  • backroadshutterbug 6y

    Nice still shot!
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks Vera and Carrie
  • miguel giesener 6y

    nice shot
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks Miguel
  • natureloving 6y

    I love this fruit, excellent capture
  • Francesco 6y

    nice looking batch! :-)
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks for commenting Sam and Francesco...They are a wonderful fruit ...they keep very well..,crisp and juicy...,.don't turn brown when cut can eat the peal ...and they ripen when there are very few other fruits ripening.
  • Megan Conlin 6y

    What a lovely harvest of fuyus! I'm definitely going to have to get some more this week. Sauteed with brown sugar and paired with ice cream sounds amazing. Just might have to give that a try sometime.
  • outdoorPDK 6y

    Thanks Megan...I picked the last of them last night...They looked so pretty on he tree I would have loved to have left some hanging on the tree...but now that the leaves are almost gone the predators were rapidly devouring them.
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Taken on November 12, 2009
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