Asimina Triloba, Common Pawpaw
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Asimina triloba

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Common Pawpaw
Decorative Characteristics:

Common Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) seedlings feature dark green leafage throughout the growing season. The sizable oval form leaflets transform to an appealing yellow or possibly a redish hue in autumn. It also features unique lightly-scented purple blooms through the middle to late springtime.

The fruits are certainly flashy weighing around a pound each; carried in great
quantity from the middle of summer to late summertime, which in turn are simply
outstanding for fresh eating, food preparation, baking, creating jellies or
jams and wine-making. Anticipate generous harvests on trees 15 to 20 feet tall.
The coarse greyish bark is usually not particularly noteworthy.


Landscaping Attributes:


Pawpaws has likely been under utilized as a landscape tree, although is now undoubtedly generating considerable interest. It is a multi-stemmed or even trained into a single stem deciduous tree; having a distinct and finished pyramidal style. Its moderately coarse structure may be utilized in order to stand apart from additional landscape plants having finer leaves.

This could be regarded as a high up keep tree; to which a routine annual pruning would help more than harm, and is really best pruned within wintertime season while dormant. Garden enthusiasts ought to take note of the possibility of self reproduction suckering.

Often recommended for landscape applications in order to incorporate accent, orchard edible landscaping or even naturalizing and wood land gardens.

Tree Properties:

Common Pawpaw (Asimina triloba) will develop to be approximately 20' tall in maturity, having a spread of 15'. It features a modest canopy having a common clearance of 3 feet coming from the ground. It matures through a medium to fast rates within zones 4-8, and within optimal conditions can easily be anticipated to survive for 40 years or even more.

This particular tree does best within full sunlight to partial shade. It performs most suitable within normal to consistently moist conditions, however; will not endure standing water. It is really not particular regarding soil type, however has a precise preference when it comes to acidic soils. It is tolerant of city pollution.

Seed propagated; expect variable fruit quality and habit. Best planted with 2 or more trees for cross pollination. Our seeds are collected from yellow-fruited grafted cultivars. Youthful tender roots are really sensitive; as a consequence care should be taken while handling root system during transplanting.
Details:

While it really may appear tropical; The Pawpaw is certainly a cold hardy compact Tree.

Paired with delightful nutritious fruit, comparable in taste to a banana, pear with a custard stability; can easily replace for banana within recipe ingredients. Fruit is generally sweet, rich, and elevated in nutrients.
 
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Quick Facts
Hardiness Zones: The Common Pawpaw can be trusted to grow in tolerance zones 4-8.
Mature Size: Grows to a height of 15-20' with a spread of 15' at maturity. Can conveniently be cared for and kept at any height or spread
Sun Preference: Full direct sun light along with limited shade are ideal with regards to this particular tree, indicating it gives preference to at least 4 hours of direct, unfiltered sun light per day
Tree/Shrub Type: This is an ornamental tree, commonly cultivated and planted for accent and the edible fruit.
Growth Rate: Tree thrives at a medium to fast pace with a Life expectancy of 40+ years
Soil Preference: Not particular as to soil type, but has a definite preference for acidic soils.
Propagation Notes:


* From seed: Requires 90-120 days cold moist stratification. Seed dried below 15% moisture will die. Seedlings require shade the first year. Seed exposed to temperatures below 10 degrees F may be damaged and experience reduced germination %. Seed germination is slow and may take 2-3 months.

* From herbaceous stem cuttings (un-tested)
* By grafting
* By dividing rhizomes, tubers, corms or bulbs (including offsets)