|Name||Paw Paw Tree||1 Gal. Burbank Plum Tree||1 Gal. Baldwin Pear Tree||1 Gal. Cold Hardy Avocado Tree|
|Common Name||Paw Paw Tree||Plum Tree||Pear Tree||Avocado Trees|
|Hardiness Zone||5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)||5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)||5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)||10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),4 (-30 to -20 F),5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F),9 (20 to 30 F)|
|Sun Tolerance||Full Sun||Full Sun||Full Sun||Sun or Shade|
|Additional Characteristics||Pollinator Required||Pollinator Required||Pollinator Required||Air Purifying,Cat Safe,Disease Resistant,Low Maintenance,Tropical|
|Evergreen or Deciduous||Deciduous||Deciduous||Deciduous||Evergreen|
|Mature Height (in.)||240 in.||240 in.||240 in.||120 in.|
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The grower has indicated that they are grown from seed. And yes, buy two. Plants don't have issues with being "clones of the same plant" or with being seeds from the same tree. They will be able to pollinate each other. They just are not self pollinating.
They should, but remember that these trees are not self pollinating, they do need the help of bugs like carrion flies and other beetles.
I ordered 4 1 gallon for my yard. Some were slightly bigger than the others but they were all small twigs like a thin little stick about 14 inches tall. A couple of them leafed out really big like smaller avocado plant leaves while the other two grew no longer than 3 inches the first summer.
Ripe, paw paw fruit. The seeds must then be immediately propagated as viability diminishes quickly once they dehydrate.
I bought these, too. It took me a while, but I found the fact sheet next to the product info. These paw paw aren't specific cultivars. Seems to be the regular American Paw Paw. Here's the link from Wikipedia on it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asimina_triloba
Best to start in spring with all fruit trees.
they use to be found in deep forest. Under all the trees. So they need half day sun, half day shade. and more moisture without being soggy. wet forest floor lots of nutrients to bear fruit. This tree uses flies and beetles to pollinate as well. Not bees and butterflies.
From what I've read, 5 to 6 feet apart in a yard, 10 feet in an orchard
They were shipped in approximately 8" pots, well supported and very nicely wrapped and boxed. The box was well marked with "Live Plants" and indicators of which end up.
No, this pawpaw tree is not grafted.