How to grow persimmon trees from cuttings: Learn how to plant, grow and propagate persimmon tree from stem cuttings in easy to follow steps. Persimmon tree p. To propagate a persimmon with results identical to the parent tree, you must take either a root or stem cutting.
The seeds of the fruit are viable, but. To propagate rootstocks with cuttings use softwood cuttings, root with bottom heat under mist, and treat with indolebutyric acid (IBA) (Hartman et al.). Rootstocks from cuttings can also be obtained by removing large sized roots from young plants.
These cuttings are put in a greenhouse under mist and moved to a nursery in the spring. Aug 21, Growing a persimmon tree in a garden is something that many people look forward to doing. They provide a great tasting fruit and provide plenty of shade as they begin to mature.
Persimmon trees are not overly difficult to take care of. However, propagating the trees from seeds can be quite tricky. There are some tips you can follow for the best Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins. In the USDA native persimmon bulletin I made into an ebook, there's a couple of paragraphs on how to propagate Diospyros virginiana by root cuttings. Obviously I will update this thread as the season progresses, especially if I get new sprouts from this root cutting, or get back out to the woods and successfully dig some more.