Foliage is alternate, simple, elliptical to ovate shaped, entire margins, dark glossy green in summer and yellow to orange in the fall.
Persimmon trees are dioecious, male and female plants. Flowers in the spring, small green and hardly noticeable. My guess is that these cultivars are all females.
Fruit is a large orange berry, oval shaped, over 3". Large persistent calix. Picked firm and allowed to ripen.
Stems are lightly downy when young, eventually becoming glabrous.
Bark is wonderful, deeply sectioned into rectangular blocks.