Paw Paw Trees

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CharlesV
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Paw Paw Trees

Postby CharlesV » Fri May 03, 2013 8:56 am

Does anyone in the east Tennessee area know where some native Paw Paws are? I'd like to get some cuttings and grow them for the deer on our farm.
"There is good and bad in the universe and we should adapt to all situations." - Tatsuo Shimabuku, founder Isshinryu Karate

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CharlesV
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Re: Paw Paw Trees

Postby CharlesV » Mon Aug 19, 2013 10:14 am

This past weekend I collected the first of this season's pawpaws. They aren't quite ripe yet but they do have the banana pudding flavor pawpaws are known for. If you've never tried them I suggest finding some. They are great. Chilled pawpaws were George Washington's favorite dessert!
"There is good and bad in the universe and we should adapt to all situations." - Tatsuo Shimabuku, founder Isshinryu Karate


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