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poiuz

Redesigning my garden with the most out of the ordinary plants. Criteria I consider : MUST be eatable / rusticity / rare plants

Asimina triloba

  • Season Icon Late SpringLate Spring 2019
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poiuz

My #pawpaw 'NC1' cultivar

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  • Season Icon Mid SpringMid Spring 2019
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poiuz

#pawpaw of 'NC1' cultivar hybrid between 'Davis' & 'Overleese'... #advise? Anyone know those #cultivar ? #asimina #triloba

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@gardengirlla tell me the difference on the tastes please! There are soooo many I'm lost 😅

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@gardengirlla I know! But saw a few videos saying you need to prepare the hole 3 week to 2 month in advance??? I prepared one hole for my other pawpaw 'prime' but don't know what's worst... Leaving the in pots for the hole's soil to compact again or keep it in a pot?? SO MANY QUESTIONS!!!

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@gardengirlla about the taste my question was more on different cultivars. I read some taste more like bananas, other like mango & even else... (someone really wrote that the tasting is much more varied than other plants is that right...?)

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@gardengirlla I think I can manage a third pawpaw in my garden for testing. But I would rather choose it for different tasting (if really different) or period of ripening... Too many interesting plants and pawpaw plants are quite expensive here!! (I'm thinking 'kentucky champion' cultivar for the fastest ripen? if no other one wins on the tasting level, of course )

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@gardengirlla I will not leave it in pot but wondering if the prepared soil really needs to compress before... (in Europe people say to prepare the soil 2 month before planting any fruit tree but this remains a mistery to me... It can only be about compression of the soil right...? )

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