Pawpaw Tree


    The Pawpaw tree is a medium sized tree native to the eastern United States and Canada. It not only decorates your landscape with purple flowers in the spring but also produces long sunny, zesty, tropical fruits. The fruit is large 3″-6″ long and yellowish green. They ripen between August and October and are perfect for eating fresh as well as making jam and jellies.


    A rootstock controls a tree's size, how early it bears fruit, cold hardiness, and partly its disease resistance. Learn more about our specific rootstocks.