Edible persimmon related to the common persimmon and black sapote.
Medium to large sized tree, probably to 40-80ft.
Unknown, but will stand short frosts.
Little is known about cultural or climatic requirements but the tree does well in warm regions and will stand short frosts.
Fruits can be eaten fresh or used much like the common persimmon. The wood is a type of ebony and is valued for its beautiful color.
Native to the Americas.
South African Star Apple