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PawPaws

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Pawpaw: Known as the "woods banana", Pawpaw is North America's largest native fruit. Sweet with tropical flavors, medium to large fruit, and seeded with a few medium to large seed. Zone 5-9
Small 1 to 2 feet tall $25.00 /
Medium 2 to 3 feet tall $35.00 /
Large 3 to 5 feet tall $45.00
Extra large trees available for pick up only$55.00
Extra Extra large (XXL) trees available for pick up only$65.00
Field grown (dug out in spring) and container grown (shipped through the fall and winter). Please specify which you would rather have.

Tropical Treat - Selected from the wild in Kentucky by Woody Walker in 2010. Introduced in 2015 from England's Orchard and Nursery, medium sized fruit, up to 6 inches long; weighing 180 to 300 grams, yellow greenish skin, yellow flesh, large seed, ripens mid-August in Kentucky, keeps well in cold storage. Has a thick skin and tastes like Mango with just a hint of pineapple. Observed to be one of the best tasting pawpaws on the market. Container Grown S, M, L Sizes

Maria's Joy - Bred by Jerry Lehman of Terre Haute IN. Medium to large sized fruit; kidney-shaped; yellow flesh; heavy producer. A Davis X Prolific cross. Produces good crops annually; average 8 to 14 oz. range, as high as 16. All visitors to Jerry's orchard love this cultivar. A well-known fruit author remarked it was the best tasting pawpaw he ever tasted. Won the Ohio Pawpaw Festival's "Biggest Pawpaw Contest" in 2012. Fruits 631 to 704 gm. Container Grown. Sizes: M

Halvin - Pawpaw found by Tyler and Danae Halvin in Iowa. Fruit is 8 to 14 ounces. Great flavor (Very Sweet, No after taste), has a hint of pineapple flavor. Original tree was growing as an under store tree. Stated to be the largest native pawpaw fruit to be found in southwestern Iowa, not far from Bedford, IA. It is 3 weeks earlier than all other pawpaws. Container Grown. Sizes: S, M and L

Halvin Pawpaw
Halvin Pawpaw

Summer Delight - Just an average size pawpaw of 8 to 12 ounces that absolutely tastes delicious, has a yellow tinted shin that is thick, and ships and stores well. The remarkable thing about this Pawpaw is that it ripens in the last week of July and the first week of August. Here in Kentucky, of all the cultivars we have, it is the first to ripen. It is not precocious and takes 4 to 5 years to come into production, but it is well worth the wait. In most years the fruit is on the ground long before you expect it to be. Summer Delight has a smooth textured flesh, few seeds, and a mild after taste. Field and Container Grown. Sizes S, M

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Summer Delight Tree
Summer Delight pawpaws<br> on tree
Summer Delight
Pawpaws on Tree
Summer Delight<br> pawpaw fruit
Summer Delight
Pawpaw Fruit
Summer Delight<br> measured
Summer Delight
Measurement

275-56 - A cross of prolific X Sam Norris-15. Average large size, true pawpaw flavor has won awards in the OHIO Pawpaw Contest. Bred by Jerry Lehman. $2.00 royalties fee per tree. Sizes: S, M, L (Large trees dug and shipped in spring). Ripens late.

Kentucky Champion ™ - is the "Big Daddy" of the Pawpaw Forest. This tree is remarkably resilient. Responds well to grafting. It's a good candidate for climates that are challenged for growing-degree-days (like southern England and northern Europe). The champion tree is the earliest bearing cultivar of all commercially available pawpaw trees. Fruits ripen between 2,483 and 2,845 standard growing degree days. They are large and tasty averaging about 230 grams. The seed-to-pulp ratio is good (about 8.3%). The skin is attractive and durable; it resists dark spots, bruising and other discoloration. The pulp is firm and golden-orange in color with a melon-orange flavor and pleasant lingering aftertaste. It's sweet with a subtle tartness that's been likened to pineapple or raspberry. The tree appears to be self-fertile.
$2.00 royalties fee per tree Sizes: S, M and Large size

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Kentucky Champion pawpaw tree
28 ft. Kentucky Champion
Kentucky Champion pawpaw tree in fall
Kentucky Champion
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Kentucky Champion pawpaw seed
The Seed
open Kentucky Champion pawpaw seed
Open Seed

Nyomi's Delicious - Original trees grown in Berea, Kentucky and is a local favorite of the neighborhood. Light yellow fruit with no after taste. Very heavy producer of 10 to 12 oz. pawpaw fruit that are 4 to 6 inches long. Hangs in cluster of 4's and 5's.
Sizes: S, M

Al Horn - Brought to us by way of John Brittain. Original trees were grown by Al Horn of southern Indiana in his Pawpaw orchard. They were most likely seedlings, but the remarkable thing is that they produce a fruit of Creamy White Flesh when ripe, have a thicker than normal consistency fruit pulp, but feel the same when eaten. Ripens late.
Sizes: S, M

VE-21 - Selected and developed by Jerry Lehman of Terre Haute Indiana. Larger than normal fruit; rounded to elongated shape; green skin; yellow flesh; few seeds. Matures here in Kentucky in late August to early September, earlier than the main crop of other cultivars.
Field Grown. Sizes: M, L / Available in the spring

Pawpaw trees of all sizes that are field grown will be offered in Spring. These are KSU Atwood, Halvin, Overleese, Potomac, 275-56, Wabash, and 250-30 .

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