Plants at Edible Landscaping
Tree Fruits - Pawpaws
Select Pawpaw - Asimina triloba Mango Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Select 1 lb and .85 Seedlings come close to being true to type to named varieties. Select Pawpaw seedlings should have large fruit size and fine flavor, carrying on the fine genetic pool from the superior varieties the seeds were obtained from. Native. Zones 5-8. Two select pawpaw will cross pollinate. Plant 6' apart for hedge like appearance or 10'-14' circle to stand alone. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 2 inch pot  Seedling$8.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$18.00
4 Quart Pot  Seedling$48.00
8 Quart Pot  Seedling$80.00
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$28.00


Pawpaw photo for wild Mango Pawpaw was obtained from a collector in Tifton, Georgia. Mango pawpaw are large, native, early ripening and very delicious fruit with yellow flesh reminiscent of a mango. The texture being very smooth. Space as close as 6' or 14' circles for each tree. Pollination works best when trees are close to one another. For pollination choose a different variety of pawpaw if you order a grafted plant. Select pawpaw or native pawpaw are seedlings. Seedlings will cross pollinate each other. For instance, two seedling Mango pawpaw will pollinate each other, but two grafted Mango pawpaw will not. Zones 5 -8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00


Native Pawpaw - Asimina triloba Shenandoah (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw wild Seedling trees where the seeds were collected from wild native stands of Pawpaws. Two native pawpaw will pollinate each other since seedling trees are genetically different. Select pawpaw and named varieties of pawpaw will also pollinate each other. Zones 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$28.00
4 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$88.00


Pawpaw Shenandoah According to Neil Peterson the Shenandoah has been the clear favorite of pawpaw customers at the DuPont Circle farmers market in Washington, DC. Even doubters and scoffers have been converted to pawpaw lovers by this variety! It is a real taste treat -- smooth, custard texture, with just the right balance of fragrance, sweet fruity flavor and agreeable aftertaste. This tree originated as a seedling of Overleese and it is superior to its parent. Large fruit with few seeds (6% by weight). Texture is firmer than wild pawpaws. Fruit is often borne in single-fruited clusters. Good yields. Shenandoah responds well to pruning. Fruits ripens early to mid season to late. Zones 5-8 Space 12' circle A Peterson Pawpaw.


 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  grafted to pawpaw seedling$30.00
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00


Susquehanna (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba Sunflower Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Susquehanna Susquehanna is the largest and latest ripening of Neal Peterson's fabulous introductions. Neal's life's work has improved the pawpaw to a new level. Fruits are large, sometimes over a pound. Flesh is plentiful, seeds are few. They are richly flavored and delicious. Plant Patient #15900 was awarded this fine variety. Space 14' circle Zone 5-8

Neal Peterson says,"Susquehanna is without a doubt my personal favorite, if I had to choose one." Outstanding for combining very large size with rich pawpaw flavor, great sweetness, exceptional fleshiness, and firm buttery texture, this particular variety makes an especially beautiful ornamental tree in the home landscape. This tree originated as a seedling from the collection of the Blandy Experimental Farm. It has large fruit, sometimes weighing over a pound. With a firm texture similar to avocado and a thickish skin, Susquehanna is less fragile than most. It has the fewest seeds of any variety (3% by weight). Moderate to good yields. Responds well to pruning.

Key Features of the Susquehanna pawpaw:

Very fleshy - only 3% seed
Very sweet, rich flavor
Firm, buttery texture
Fruit size very large
Moderate yields
Responds well to pruning

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00


Pawpaw Sunflower 2017 Sunflower was found in the wild in Kansas by Milo Gibson in 1970. Sunflower is one of the largest fruited and most productive varieties there are and it is the latest ripening variety. Sunflower still fruits when all others are gone for the season so it is particularly nice for extending the season. Zones 5-8 Space 12' circle 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$43.00
* Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3/4 Gallon grafted to pawpaw seedling April 10, 2018)

Rappahannock (TM) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba Allegheny (tm) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw Rappahannock Rappahannock is a superior tree for picking fruit from. The fruit is easier to spot among the foliage, because of the horizontal habit of the leaves, and because its fruits typically color up nicely when ripe. These are large, beautiful, well-shaped and symmetrical fruits, whether borne singly or in clusters. The flavor is superior as well, very sweet and refreshing. This tree originated as a seedling from a tree in the Blandy Experimental Farm collection. Rappahannock has large fruit with a firm flesh and few seeds (6% by weight). Very vigorous with good yields. Ripens early.

Key Features of the Rappahannock pawpaw:

Firm flesh
Good yields
Fleshy - only 3% seed
Sweet refreshing flavor
More regular & uniform shape
Earlier harvest (some color break plus horizontally held leaves)

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws.
 

Please contact our office to see about availability. 434.361.9134

Pawpaw Allegheny 2017 Allegheny pawpaw has medium fleshiness, early ripening with an 8 Percent seed ratio by weight. Flavor sweet, rich, a hint of citrus. Texture medium firm, smooth. Flesh color yellow. Fruit size typically less than 8 oz. Very productive to the point that fruit size suffers. Trees will require fruit thinning to keep fruit size over 8 oz.(Growers are thinning fruits 2 per hand on all varieties for maximum size.) This has been a continual favorite of those who taste it. Customer pressure has persuaded Neal Peterson to introduce this one, even though it is smaller and seedier than he normally accepts. Ripens early. Zone 5-8 Space 12' circle
Allegheny Pawpaw is trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  grafted to pawpaw seedling$33.00


Wabash (tm) Pawpaw - Asimina triloba Potomac (tm) Pawpaw - Asimoni triloba
Pawpaw Wabash Peterson Very fleshy. Percent seed ~ 6% by weight. Flavor sweet and rich. Texture medium firm, creamy, smooth. Flesh color yellow to orangish. Fruit size typically 8-12 oz. Good productivity. The overall fruit quality and quantity on this variety is excellent. A favorite of those who have tasted it at the KSU orchard. Dr. Pomper of KSU also insisted I release this one. Ripens mid season to late. Zone 5-8 Space 12' circle

Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00
* Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (3/4 Gallon grafted to pawpaw seedling April 5, 2018)

Pawpaw Potomac Peterson A key Feature of the Potomac pawpaw is it is extremely fleshy.The seed Percentage by weight is 4 percent. The flavor is sweet and rich and the texture is firm, melting, and smooth. Flesh color is medium yellow and fruit size is large, typically 12+ oz. The tree is moderately productive with a strong apical dominance and is less spreading than most. The overall fruit quality on this variety is impressive. Trademarked by Peterson Pawpaws. Ripens late. Space 10' circle Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  grafted to pawpaw seedling$30.00


NC-1 Pawpaw - Asimoni triloba KSU Atwood Pawpaw - Asimina triloba
Pawpaw NC-1 NC-1 was introduced by Doug Campbell, a nurseryman and fruit enthusiast from Niagra on the Lake, Ontario, Canada in 1976.Proven winter hardy and productive in that area. One of the earliest to ripen its fruit with few seeds and large fruit and thin skin. NC-1 pawpaw is the most ornamental of the named varieties, with dense, large foliage in a pyramidal form. Ripens September 15th in Ontario and early September in Kentucky. Space 10' circles Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  grafted to pawpaw seedling$33.00
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00


Pawpaw KSU Atwood In 2009 KSU Atwood became the first cultivar to be released from Kentucky State University's breeding program. It is large, round and mango flavored. Described as excellent tasting, with very little leaf spot. Fruit has greenish blue skin, yellow to orange flesh with few seeds. Medium size fruit.  

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 3/4 Gallon  grafted to pawpaw seedling$40.00


Overleese Pawpaw - Asimina triloba  
Pawpaw Overleese Overleese was selected in the wild by W. B. Ward in Rushville, Indiana, in 1950 and is a perennial favorite among back yard growers. Oval to round and few seeds with excellent flavor. Overleese is a parent of many other improved cultivars including Peterson's Shenandoah. Exceptional quality, medium to large fruit and early ripening. Medium productivity and a very good seed to flesh ratio. Fruit keeps well. Ripens early September in Kentucky and 1st week of October in Michigan. Fruit size large; averaging over 170 g/fruit and 55 fruit per tree at KSU. Large size fruit averaging over 170g/fruit and about 55 fruit per tree. Overleese won "Best Fruit" at the Ohio Pawpaw Festival in 2011. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost
1 Quart Pot  grafted to pawpaw seedling$33.00
* Ready Date (see note)



The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (Quart Pot grafted to pawpaw seedling April 15, 2018)