[nafex ibiblio list] pawpaw seed viability

Hector Black hblack1925 at fastmail.fm
Fri Dec 30 17:10:38 EST 2011

Hidden Springs (online catalog) carries 14 or so varieties.    hector
black zone 6 middle tn

On Fri, Dec 30, 2011, at 04:13 PM, Lawrence F. London, Jr. wrote:
> On 12/30/2011 2:14 PM, Chris Garriss wrote:
> > Not really on topic, but...I don't know anyone that grows Pawpaws - or more
> > precisely I don't know where anyone that has posted about growing them
> > lives.  Over the years several people have told me that there were wild
> > ones on their property.  In each case when I finally got them to take me to
> > the location the tree was either dead or "missing".  The fruit has shown up
> > so many times in writings that I've always wanted to see and try it, thus
> > far in vain.  Do any of you that grow it live in or near the central part
> > of North Carolina?  And, in season would be willing to show it to me and
> > let me try it?
> There is a big pawpaw nursery right there in Chatham County, widely 
> advertised. Look at the message archives for growingsmallfarms list and 
> Debbie Roos' growingsmallfarms website with references and galleries.
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