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Pawpaw blooms are plentiful
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05-12-2018 11:38 PM

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RE: Pawpaw blooms are plentiful
Planted 2 of them this year.

Only $5 each for small trees.

Growing well too!

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They really taste good. Hope they don't make me insane in the membrane
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I read about the annonaceae family having neurotoxic compoundz, in particular the Annona muricate or soursop, a tropical plant in the french west indies. The pawpaw has some interesting acetogenins in it, including bullatacin, bullatalicin and asimicin. All being found to have selective cytotoxicity for human cancer cell lines. All I know is I likes them. Can't wait to eat some of that squishy, messy custard-like fruit
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I think he's talking about Peterson pawpaws. They are delicious
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05-31-2018 06:10 AM

 



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He's right. Sometimes they taste like vanilla pudding with caramel. Pretty wild fruit. Really good if you chill before eating
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05-31-2018 06:21 AM

 



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Pawpaws were even involved in the hatfield and mccoys

Pawpaw Tree Incident
This episode is result of August 1882 election-day fight. Tolbert, a son of Randolph McCoy, exchanged heated words with Ellison Hatfield, which started a fight. Tolbert, Pharmer and Randolph McCoy Jr. stabbed Ellison to death. Later the three brothers were captured by Hatfield clan, tied to pawpaw trees, and shot in retaliation. Presented by Pikeville-Pike County Tourism.
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Never ate a PawPaw, and Don't know if they will grow in this caliche soil here in Central Texas.
Is it true they taste like "Vanilla Pudding"?
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That takes me back, haven't seen a Pawpaw in 50 years. Daydream1
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Luvapottamus  Wrote: (05-12-2018 11:38 PM)
Planted 2 of them this year.

Only $5 each for small trees.

Growing well too!

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I did the same thing, though I think I paid about nine dollars each for mine.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-31-2018 09:43 AM)
Never ate a PawPaw, and Don't know if they will grow in this caliche soil here in Central Texas.
Is it true they taste like "Vanilla Pudding"?

It depends on the cultivar. I have several. Potomac, Wabash, Shenandoah, Susquehana, Sunflower, NC-1 and Pennsylvania Golden and a few wild types. All of them can have a strong vanilla taste, especially if you let them ripen up real good and refrigerate them. Vanilla and caramel. Some have a little bit of a coconut/banana/pineapple taste.
Some people say they hate them. I guess to each his own. They can be messy to eat
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Never heard of them and they sound easy to grow- what a great way to get away from GMO poison

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