Steven Feil wrote:How many of you have PawPaw trees in your food forest. Please tell me about them if you do.
I have tried for a couple of years to get a couple going but my source is REALLY crappy (Burgess). I am looking for a better source now and think I may have found one. I would appreciate your input on this as well.
If you happen to live where they are native and might be able to get me a couple of trees THAT would be PHENOMENAL!
Steve Oh wrote:
I'll share some of what we've learned in the hopes that you don't have to make the same mistakes.
Geoff McPherson wrote:
One resource you may not know about is the Kentucky Dept of Forestry. They have a wide selection of seedling trees that are quite cheap, especially if you order in quantity. I've had good experience with their seedlings - especially the pawpaws. I think they are seedlings from the Kentucky State pawpaw improvement program.
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