- Indet., regular leaf, medium size beautiful orange fruits, all uniform and perfectly shaped. Meaty flesh and thick gel around seeds, very good balanced flavor. 4-8 oz.
- Andrea Saylor, Tennessee (TN SA A) 07
Year grown: 2013
- Indeterminate, regular leaf, saladette-sized round slightly oblate fruits. Taste was pretty good for a yellow/orange. My plant seemed more determinate in that it delivered one large crop and then went down. Midseason, 75 days.
- Sue Bailey, Alaska 09
Year grown: 2010
Location: LaFollette, Tennessee, USA
- Originally from Russia.
Also known as
Russian name: Хурма
- The name means 'Persimmon' in Russian.
Description in Russian
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Khurma - baby fruit. 2013-07-10.
Ted Maiden (TN MA T): Khurma Plant and Green Fruit. 2010.
Tatiana Kouchnareva (B.C KO T). Khurma - sliced fruit. 2013-08-29.
|Year||Commercial Vendors||Seed Savers Yearbook (Member listings)||Seeds of Diversity (Member listings)|
|2014||Tatiana's TOMATObase Seeds - new||.||.|
|2013||Knapp's Fresh Vegies||1 + 1 (as Hourma) + 2 (as Hurma) + 1 (as Hurma, Ukrainian)||.|
|2011||1 + 2 (as Hourma) + 2 (as Hurma)||0|
|2010||1 + 2 (as Hourma) + 1 (as Hurma)||.|
|2009||1 + 2 (as Hourma) + 1 (as Hurma)||.|
|2008||1 + 3 (as Hourma) + 1 (as Hurma)||.|
|2007||1 + 3 (as Hourma) + 1 (as Hurma)||.|
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