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September 8, 2012 - 6 went

Early September Useful "Weed" Foraging Class 3:00 pm Sat. 8th

Paw paw tree

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  • Cindy

    The leaves of the paw paw resemble those of hickory. Paw paw matures to be a much smaller tree than hickory. Paw Paws have recently found favor in the world of edible landscaping and food forests. Plant breeders are selectively breeding to increase flavor quality (in their opinion). Paw Paw fruit is beginning to be sold at local stores and farmer's markets. The season is short, usually 3 weeks in September. The mild winter we had provoked all the plants into an early growing season, hence, the pawpaws were dropping their ripe fruit as early as August 10th! I have never seen that before in 30 years!

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