Asimina triloba Pawpaw

$10.00
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Asimina triloba (Pawpaw) 15-20ft; interesting small tree; maroon colored spring flowers; edible fruit;  host plant for Zebra Swallowtail butterfly.

Zone 6-8

SIZE 1 gallon

Reviews

  • 4
    Good condition

    Posted by John on 11th Jun 2019

    Arrived alive and well. Doing well right now.

  • 5
    Pawpaw

    Posted by Susan Gardner on 1st May 2019

    Our two new Pawpaw trees arrived in fine condition and are now planted in our yard in the well lit but gentle shade of our "ridge". Can't wait to see how they grow! I'm pleased to have new trees that will appeal to our butterflies.

  • 5
    Asimina triloba Pawpaw

    Posted by W Kay Hopkins on 16th Oct 2018

    Heathy trees, about a foot tall, with a few leaves and a good root system. Expert packaging ensured everything arrived undamaged and ready to go in the ground, but if needed the plants could be held for several days without affecting their health.

  • 5
    PawPaw

    Posted by Nina Briley on 26th Apr 2018

    I was excited that you have Paw Paw plants in stock! They are not easy to find! They were packed with care and with environmental consciousness! Hoping they do well in their new home!

  • 5
    Pawpaw Plant

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2016

    I've had a hard time finding this plant but finally did & happy it arrived looking good was larger than expected & is growing well. Hope a zebra swallowtail finds it.

  • 5
    Because I love butterflies!

    Posted by Beverly Stephens on 2nd Jun 2016

    Not sure why, but I've lost all of my paw paws over the last few years, some due to very hard freezes. I adore the zebra swallowtail butterfly, though, so I'll continue to have paw paws around for them.
    These paw paws arrived in fantastic condition and look very healthy. Very quick shipping also.

  • 3
    Needed care instruction for planting

    Posted by DORIS DURHAM on 13th Apr 2015

    I've had the plant a few days and so far it looks like it will thrive. I planted it in a pot and put it in partial shade.
    The cost of the plants ($8 per) seemed okay but shipping cost seemed to expensive. I couldn't justify the cost of 1 plant being $7 and cost of two plants being $15.