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Coastal South Carolina, zone 8B:

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    I was starting to write an answer saying "no," based on the apparently slightly toothed or hairy leaf margins, but then I zoomed in on a photo of American common persimmon (Diospyros virginiana) and saw it has very fine hairs along the leaf margins. This still looks wrong for persimmon, but I can't say for 100% certain. I'm looking at the base of the leaf as well; something about that doesn't seem right for D. virginiana. Have a look at photos on iNaturalist for comparison. – csk Jun 2 at 20:08

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