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Pawpaws (Asimina Triloba)

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Pawpaw (Asimina triloba)

A very pest and disease resistant easy to grow tree that has Beautiful gold fall color.

This big leafed almost tropical looking tree is native to many areas of North America. It is the hardiest member of the Cherimoya family, which includes many delicious tropical fruits. The fruits have thin greenish yellow skin, a few large seeds and a custard like texture with the unique aromatic flavor of bananas and mangoes. We find them to be a very tasty fall fruit. Fast growing trees reach 15+ feet and start producing in three years. They are hardy to -20 degrees. Need two for cross-pollination. Zones 5-9.

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This Georgia variety is fast growing with large sweet orange fleshed fruits. Hardiness zones 5-9.
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Maria’s Joy Pawpaw produces medium to large sized fruit that are kidney-shaped with yellow flesh. It produces good crops annually with fruit averaging between 8 to 14 ounces. Site and Soil: Pawpaw...
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Known for its large, sweet and flavorful early ripening fruit, NC-1 has few seeds and thin skin. A cross of Overleese and Davis that was selected in 1976 by R. Douglas Campbell in Ontario, Canada. ...
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This new variety is very early ripening, with large sweet and tasty yellow fruit. Heavy bearing tree is cold hardy and reliable. Considered a good choice for both cool maritime climates, and sh...
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Another delicious pawpaw from the Breeding work of Neal Peterson. Very large, sweet and delicious, Potomac fruit has a very high flesh to seed ratio and can weigh up to 3/4 lb or more. This variet...
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A patented variety from the breeding work of Neal Peterson in Maryland, who has worked tirelessly since the 1980’s developing several highly acclaimed new varieties. Shenandoah can reach up to one ...