A persimmon tree in North Lawrence sits full of fruit. Some old wives’ tales say the seed can tell what kind of winter it will be. The Farmer’s Almanac says that fork-shaped seeds tell of a mild winter, while knife-shaped seeds predict icy coldness and wind. Spoon-shaped seeds represent the shovel you will need to dig out from heavy snows.

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