Thank you. Usually soil in my yard is poor. That tree is planted in the middle of my flower bed (I ran out of space). The soil there is more fertile for my flowering plants. That could be why it looks well- nourished ( please don’t drop fruit).
As for my friend’s American persimmon. He bought a Prok and a Yates. One of them died. He is not sure a Yates or a Prok died. Whichever lives, has both male and female flowers. Thanks to this thread. I am able to differentiate them. If one can tell a difference between a Yates or Prok by their leaves, I would take pics of leaves to show you here. If not, I can show the fruit later in the year.
Last year he gave me a couple of fruit from this tree. It was fully ripe. The flesh was orange with jello texture. It is perfumely sweet. Too intense at first. My friend said he felt the same way when he first ate them. Now he likes them and found Asian persimmons to be too bland.