Pawpaw * SOLD OUT *

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Asimina triloba

Deciduous tree with a conical shape maturing at 12-20 feet tall. Native to the woodlands of eastern US. Cold hardy to -25 degrees F.

Pawpaw flowers are perfect, in that they have both male and female reproduction, but they are not self-pollinating. Fruit ripens during a four-week period from mid-August into October. Avoid heavy, wet, alkaline soil. Young plants are sensitive to full sun. Pawpaws are the largest edible fruit native to America. Individual fruits weigh 5 to 16 ounces.        *Deer Resistant*


Ornamental Characteristics
Category Fruit, nut, berry
foliage Type Deciduous
Height 10' - 20'
Spread 15' - 20'
Shape Conical
Primary foliage Color Green, medium
Seasonal foliage Color
Flowering Season Early spring
Flower Color Purple, dark
Berries Green fruit
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Slow
Sun Preferences Sun to partial shade
Water Preferences Moist, well-drained soil
Cold Hardine