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Old 07-27-2017, 11:45 AM   #41 (permalink)
 
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Its amazing how fast my yard is growing this year. We've had rain almost every week so my paw paws are quite happy just like yours! Its interesting to see how all 3 of my different trees are growing at different rates.

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Its amazing how fast my yard is growing this year. We've had rain almost every week so my paw paws are quite happy just like yours! Its interesting to see how all 3 of my different trees are growing at different rates.

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They look so good ! Which cultivars are those ? They all have nice shapes !
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Thanks!!

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I just buy one potomac pawpaw tree...
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Susquehanna, Shenandoah, and a regular seedling.
Oh wow those are some of the best of peterson pawpaws. I wanna get a peterson pawpaw lol.
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How much ? How big is the tree ?
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Hello my friend. This was an expensive tree, but peterson's pawpaw trees are the most expensive and this seller is the only person that sells potomac in Europe. It was 85 euros. The tree is one meter tall. I will have 14 varieties untill the end of the year, but in this moment i have 2 big sunflower trees, 1 prima, 1 wabash and 1 potomac. I will have soon Overleese, Mango, Susquehanna, Shenandoah, Sibley, Halvin, Tollgate, Greenriver Belle and Lynns Favoritte.
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Hello my friend. This was an expensive tree, but peterson's pawpaw trees are the most expensive and this seller is the only person that sells potomac in Europe. It was 85 euros. The tree is one meter tall. I will have 14 varieties untill the end of the year, but in this moment i have 2 big sunflower trees, 1 prima, 1 wabash and 1 potomac. I will have soon Overleese, Mango, Susquehanna, Shenandoah, Sibley, Halvin, Tollgate, Greenriver Belle and Lynns Favoritte.
Wow! You have a lot of the best cultivars of pawpaws in the world. You must have a lot of space for them. I want to get one of Peterson's pawpaws but I'm not sure which one I want. I also really want overleese too. I'm gonna try grafting overleese onto one of my seedling trees next year. KSU sends scionwood for free so that's really helpful.
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Does anyone know if planting a Pawpaw tree in August would be okay? I want to make sure the tree has time to acclimate a little bit before it gets cool.. usually it doesn't get really cold here till like October but I wasn't sure if that was enough time.. thank you!
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Love it! I jist purchased a new pawpaw tree it's gonna be in a pot. I'm gonna plant it next spring. Does the plant have to be protected during winter or can i leave it outside in its pot over winter?
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In a pot? I think it might freeze and the roots will stay frozen for too long. My suggestion is to put the pot in the ground (bury the pot) or keep inside.

Last year, I kept my paw paws in the ground. THe trees were wrapped with burlap and covered with leaves. It may have been extreme but I wanted no losses since they were small. This year, I don't be covering them at all since they are much bigger now.

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Last year, I kept my paw paws in the ground. THe trees were wrapped with burlap and covered with leaves. It may have been extreme but I wanted no losses since they were small. This year, I don't be covering them at all since they are much bigger now.

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Thanks ! I'm gonna go with burying the tree pot in the ground and then covering the base of it with lots of leaves once they fall. Thanks again!! How many inches do your pawpaws usually grow? My pawpaws grew really well this year.. one of my seedling trees grew a shoot that is 29 inches I think.. they only grew like 6-8 inches if that.. the ksu Atwood made shoots like 12-18 inches each and then the other seedling like 16-22 inch shoots.. I was surprised by the one seedling tree that made a 29 inch shoot.
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Wow 29 inches is impressive. Of my 3 plants, 2 of them have grown about 2' this summer. The remaining tree only did about 6 inches and then stopped growth in July. The tree looks healthy and has most of its leaves. Not sure why it stopped since the conditions of all 3 are similar. Based on what others are saying, it may take 2 more years to see fruits....


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Wow 29 inches is impressive. Of my 3 plants, 2 of them have grown about 2' this summer. The remaining tree only did about 6 inches and then stopped growth in July. The tree looks healthy and has most of its leaves. Not sure why it stopped since the conditions of all 3 are similar. Based on what others are saying, it may take 2 more years to see fruits....


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Wow 2 feet is a lot too though! Do you fertilize a lot? I wonder if the trees have like growing seasons where they don't grow much but the roots grow more and that's why they don't make as much vegetative growth? Do you have cultivars or seedlings? I think Peterson said that once they get to about shoulder height they can start producing flowers and fruiting lol but I guess that's hard to determine if you're like 6'5 or 5'1 lol. It seems like most people from what I've seen on youtube or just seen in discussions that it takes like 5 years for the first fruit from a little seedling tree.. from seed I have no clue lol probably takes like 8 years.
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I have been growing pawpaws for years, both grafted and from seed. I graft my own now. I think your trees look fine. I am guessing that the trees were potted when you got them. What happens is that the soil in the pot becomes deficient and when you plant them in the ground and the roots start growing into the soil the problem will correct itself. All of the trees are plenty large enough to take full sun and the trees will fruit much better with full sun. But when they leaf out in the shade they tend to burn with sun on the shade grown leaves. I love pawpaw trees and I love the fruit. Many of mine are small but I have about 30 different varieties.
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I have been growing pawpaws for years, both grafted and from seed. I graft my own now. I think your trees look fine. I am guessing that the trees were potted when you got them. What happens is that the soil in the pot becomes deficient and when you plant them in the ground and the roots start growing into the soil the problem will correct itself. All of the trees are plenty large enough to take full sun and the trees will fruit much better with full sun. But when they leaf out in the shade they tend to burn with sun on the shade grown leaves. I love pawpaw trees and I love the fruit. Many of mine are small but I have about 30 different varieties.
Hi! What varieties do you grow? Thank's!
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I have been growing pawpaws for years, both grafted and from seed. I graft my own now. I think your trees look fine. I am guessing that the trees were potted when you got them. What happens is that the soil in the pot becomes deficient and when you plant them in the ground and the roots start growing into the soil the problem will correct itself. All of the trees are plenty large enough to take full sun and the trees will fruit much better with full sun. But when they leaf out in the shade they tend to burn with sun on the shade grown leaves. I love pawpaw trees and I love the fruit. Many of mine are small but I have about 30 different varieties.
Thank you! It seems that the tree has corrected itself. It grew really well and has a nice full shape emerging. They've only been in the ground since last year and they were just 12-18 inch sticks last year. This year they put on some serious growth. I can see the start of their main shapes beginning - like the main stem and then lateral branches - very vigorous growth this year compared to last year! How much water do pawpaws usually need? I know they say they like a lot of water but it's like how often do you water your varieties and what have you noticed about what works?
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