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For reference only. Not currently for sale.
Light: Full Sun
Three saplings included in one pot. Although Paw Paws self-pollinate, planting more than one to cross-pollinate increase fruit set.
Photo by Ruppert Nurseries
Paw paws have long, pear-shaped leaves with pointed tips and fine, white hairs on top and rusty-colored hairs on the bottom. The leaves turn yellow in autumn. Small, maroon flowers with velvety petals bloom in April to May. Yellowish-green, mango-like fruits grow in September to October. The paw paw grows to 35 feet tall. (Source: Chesapeake Bay Program)
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