[permaculture] canning pawpaw - any experience?
paul at heliosville.com
Wed Oct 7 02:06:58 EDT 2009
Hi, Jon. I believe they're hardy enough to be grown here where I live in
the Okanagan, so I don't see why they couldn't be grown on the coast.
There is a man in Duncan who sells all sorts of interesting tropical and
sub-tropical plants, and pawpaws are on his list:
The pawpaw page isn't displaying properly because of a mimetype error --
I'm about to e-mail the guy about it -- but it does mention 'Wilson', a
cultivar that ripens well in the cool summers of the coast.
You'll need at least two trees -- a male and a female, and be careful
about placement, because (1) they apparently sucker like mad; that's why
they always say pawpaw *patch*, and (2) they're fly-pollinated, so the
flowers smell a bit fetid.
Hope this helps!
On Fri, 2009-09-25 at 10:37 -0700, Jon Raney wrote:
> Does anyone know whether pawpaws can be grown in coastal British
> Columbia? Thanks, Jon
> On Fri, Sep 25, 2009 at 10:13 AM, <LINDARAY at att.net> wrote:
> > Hi Rafter,
> > I'd check rec.food.preserving if ou're looking for a canning recipe. If anyone has one, it'll probably be there.
> > Also you might consider the possibility of pawpaw chutney (a la Mango chutney) or pickled pawpaw (There's a starfruit pickle that is marvelous from the Rare Fruit Growers in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla that's divine.. Unfortunately, I don't have it or I'd post it for you...
> > Good luck,
> > Linda :)
> > -------------- Original message from rafter sass <rafter at liberationecology.org>: --------------
> >> Hey folks,
> >> Getting ready for a mass pawpaw preservation party...
> >> Anyone ever pressure-can pawpaw before?
> >> Or have a line on a reputable recipe?
> >> Thanks!
> >> rafter sass
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