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are there any paw paw trees for sale near the seattle area?

 
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As the topic says, I'm wondering if there are any local nurseries or individuals even, in the seattle/everett/snohomish area that are selling paw-paw trees?

I have some seeds I am starting this year, and I plan on getting a few 3-6" trees from oikos, but I'm looking for something that will give me fruit a bit sooner, so something in the 4ft-8ft range.

Thanks!
 
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Raintree nursery sell paw paws-out near Morton/Randall in WA-they have mail order.
 
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Is there anywhere closer? I think thats a good 3 hour drive from where I am.
 
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I got mine from a nursery in Bellingham, when I remember the name of the place ill repost
 
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Burnt Ridge

http://www.burntridgenursery.com/fruitingPlants/index_product.asp?dept=9&parent=7

That's who I purchased my pawpaws from. If you are worried about the distance traveled, why can't you just have them delivered by mail?
 
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Yeah Burnt Ridge Nursery is great.. They stock named varieties as well as seedlings. I've got 4 seedlings in the ground from them and they are all doing beautifully!
 
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