Try a pawpaw in more sun?
This fall I have ordered several pawpaws and am contemplating placing one in a sunnier location than I have thus far tried. I want to try the Italian cultivar Prima 1216 in a more exposed location that is more sunny. I am hoping this cultivar will show better sun and wind tolerence than others. I plan on protecting it some with shade cloth when young and will use an anti-transpirant spray on it to reduce water stress in summer. Any other pawpaw folks have any input, I would appreciate it. I'm in sunny Colorado Springs, CO.