Asimina triloba Native to North America and a staple of the Native Americans, these prized fruit are wonderful raw, or in a vast array of recipes from sorbets to beer. The pawpaw's exotic, tropical-tasting, 3-6 inch long fruit has a flavor reminiscent of bananas with a texture that's enticingly smooth and creamy. Exceptionally high in protein, the fruit are also rich in vitamins and minerals. These sturdy, slow growing trees reach a height of 12-15 feet, are naturally disease and pest resistant, and hardy to zone 5. Two varieties are needed for cross pollination.
Shenandoah® Huge fruit weigh up to 1 pound apiece. Ripens mid-season.
Susquehanna® The largest fruit in its class with each weighing over 1 pound. Rich and flavorful with a minimum number of seeds. Ripens late.

Paw paw plants are 1 year old and are shipped at the end of April/beginning of May. Plants are in 4 inch wide by 9 inch deep pots. Detailed planting information and growing instructions are included with each order.

Not available to HI, US Territories, or Canada.

More Pawpaw Growing Information

   Full Sun
Ships end of April/beginning of May
  • XF170/E
  • Susquehanna® ships end of April/early May
  • $26.95

  • XF170/D
  • Shenandoah® ships end of April/early May
  • $26.95

  • XF170/C
  • Shenandoah® & Susquehanna® ships end of April/early May
  • $46.95
  • More Information
  • Customer Reviews (0)
No additional information available