Dan Grubbs wrote:I would welcome the seeds most heartily. We have moved from the homestead where I planted the pawpaws and so I don't have any on our new homestead and would very much like to have some. Our new homestead has a seasonal stream/draw with an overstory of Osage orange and honey locusts into which I would plant as many pawpaws as I can get my hands on. If you do have something to send me, let me know and I'll IM my mailing address to you.
Judith Browning wrote:
Dan, if I find some fruit at this summers market I would be happy to try and send you some fresh seeds. I potted these with some pulp straight from the fresh fruit (that was delicious, by the way).
Dan Boone wrote:I don't have a good source of pawpaw seeds, just ones expensively sourced from commercial sources at roughly a buck per seed. And I've never gotten germination, which tends to be discouraging at that price.
Dan Grubbs wrote:Ooops, sorry Judith. I should have been paying closer attention.
Scott Foster wrote:Judith, you just reminded me that I put out a bunch of Paw Paw seeds last year. I now remember the location and that I weeded that area. LOL. Pretty sure I yanked the seedlings if they came up.
Steve Oh wrote:Paw Paws aren't difficult to grow, but they are particular about getting started.
I posted some "advice on growing Paw Paws" several years back, that covers most of the issues.
I've learned a lot about growing these trees from trial and error, and observation in the wild.
You can easily succeed in growing them by following a few simple guidelines.
Good luck and happy gardening!
Judith Browning wrote:Dan Grubb and Dan Boone? If you want me to try to send whole fruit I'll give it a try...just PM me an address.