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WANTED: Paw Paw seeds(native)

Posted by karimi 7 NC (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 19, 09 at 10:25

I hope someone have these native seeds to share. Thanks

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RE: WANTED: Paw Paw seeds(native)

I am looking for these seeds as well. :-)

RE: WANTED: Paw Paw seeds(native)

I have a neighbor who has a pawpaw tree and is generous with the fruits. I don't have any from last summer, but I'll collect some this year. It's a pretty nifty little tree -- I'm very glad to have one in the neighborhood. Anyway, I forget exactly when the fruits ripen, but I'll ask my neighbor today and post here, and if you guys still want seeds, maybe you could post a reminder later in the season.

RE: WANTED: Paw Paw seeds(native)

Fruit ripens in fall I clean seed and place in moist sphagnum or potting soil in fridge till late february then plant out in deep pots. They grow a tap-root so get them out of the pots as SOON as the ground thaws and frost is over. Can have seeds any fall .


RE: WANTED: Paw Paw seeds(native)

I do want seeds. I will post a reminder later. :-)

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