Anyway, after my purchase, I realized, I knew very little about this Persimmon and seller doesn't have a lot of information on it other than this:
Yamato Hyakume is one of the newer varieties introduced to the USA. It produces a large fruit with a red skin. Yamato Hyakume fruits early in the season and yields a large crop with juicy firm fruit that has a spicy flavor. You should see fruit on these trees in approx. 2-3 years depending on your climate.They were selling both from eBay store and their main site. On eBay they had a picture to show how the fruit should look ...
They also mentioned that this Persimmon is an astringent variety. That means, we can't eat them until the fruit is mushy ripe :)) .. Unless of course we don't mind our mouth being inside out. *eek*
After waiting a period of time, two graft arrived (dormant) which lead me to believe, these guys are not self pollinators. Anyway, I planted them (hole was prepared and my soil mix with load of Great White Mycrorhyzza, Rockdust, and other good stuff :) .
I later found out through a Gardenweb discussion that those are not for each others pollinating partner. The seller just provided two of them as part of the package.
Anyway, I did some digging and found very little info on this other than meaning of Hyakume is Brown Sugar and Yamato means Japan :) - So I guess Japanese Brown Sugar? :)).
According to http://www.hort.purdue.edu :
'Hyakume'–round-oblong to round-oblate, somewhat 4-angled and flat at both ends; 2 3/4 in (7 cm) long, 3 1/8 in (8 cm) wide; skin pale dull-yellow to light-orange, with brown russeting when ripe; flesh dark-brown, crisp, sweet, non-astringent whether hard or ripe. Midseason. Fairly good quality; somewhat unattractive externally. Stores and ships well.As we can see, this contradict with what I stated above (Astringent variety). I guess I will know for sure when I get to taste the fruit ... (Maybe at the cost of risking my mouth inside out ... *EEEK*