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Pawpaw Prima

Pawpaw = Indian banana = purely exotic!

Pawpaw Prima
 
 
 

#92 How to eat, when to pick and how they taste - Indian banana, pawpaw tree (Assimina triloba)

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Product information "Pawpaw Prima"

Maturity: Early October
Fruits: More than 200 g, early-bearing
Flavour: Melting pulp, gold-coloured and creamy, no fibres, sweet
Pollination: self-fertile
Growth/space requirement: Very healthy, no diseases, height: up to 2.5 m, hardy down to -30°C
 
What does PawPaw taste like?
Like a melange of pineapple, mango and banana. Purely exotic. This flavour is fascinating! Who would have ever imagined that such a taste can grow in your garden?
When are PawPaw ripe?
PawPaw are ripe when dark spots form on the skin and when they yield slightly on the thumb. They can also be harvested earlier and then ripened together with other fruits (see spoon pear).
How are PawPaw eaten?
Cut longitudinally, remove the seeds, and cut out every bite with a spoon. Enjoy it!
How can PawPaw be stored?
Once it’s ripe, PawPaw can be stored for up to 2 weeks at 5°C. Ripe, frozen PawPaw can be enjoyed like ice cream. Processed PawPaw sorbet is one way to best ice cream treats ever.
 
  • Ripeness/Harvest Period October
  • Final height 2m to 3m
  • Final width 180cm to 2m
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Plant Type deciduous
  • Autumn Colouration shades of yellow
  • Fragrance slightly scented
  • Sweetness sweet
  • Use South- and West-facing walls, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil moist, moderately heavy, light, neutral, slightly acidic
  • Location full sun
  • Flower Colour brown, purple/violet
  • Leaf Colour green

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#92 How to eat, when to pick and how they taste - Indian banana, pawpaw tree (Assimina triloba)

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Apr 18, 2017

Non self fertile (Honey Devarhurstin)

Hi I've purchased this tree a few days ago. And I just read it that these paw paw tree they are non self fertile? Am i right? It won't produce any fruits Isn't it? I have to buy another paw paw but different type? Which one I should buy? Sorry for many questions I have no clue about the trees. Thx!

 
May 20, 2018

Paw paw prima (Frank Jordan)

Most paw paw trees require a genetically different cultivar companion tree to produce fruit - however, Prima and Sunflower are both self fertile and don’t require another tree to fruit. If you did want a companion the KSU variety is a good choice

Apr 15, 2017

Non self fertile (Honey Devarhurstin)

Hi I've purchased this tree a few days ago. And I just read it that these paw paw tree they are non self fertile? Am i right? It won't produce any fruits Isn't it? I have to buy another paw paw but different type? Which one I should buy? Sorry for many questions I have no clue about the trees. Thx!

 
 
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