@Lucky_P sent me seeds. I got a variegated one and then this surprise after a 29F/-2C I think night.
The seeds are a mix of cultivars and Corwin Davis improved seed that’s all a fly’s paradise
Let’s hope it’s a good fruit someday… let’s also hope the flowers are frost tolerant.
(12) that look like this one:
Pretty cool beans!
I’d bet on good quality and frost resistance. Paw paw are pretty tough and they carry their genes pretty well. As far as insects wanting to pollinate in the cold that’s a different matter.
But you mentioned a variegated one?!?!?
And no pics of that one?
Here you at Chills:
last year and I’ll get one for this year, later. It’s in my greenhouse yet.
Too good to be true. It looks like all the others, now.
Guess I also have ‘frostproof’ ones…
as some bit to black and may die…
and others in the same group of 100 or so one gallon pots totally unhurt!!!
It hasn’t reverted. I’ve been watching the newest leaf and you can see now the variegation is continuing. Another leaf is being produced and I’ll be watching it.
Really awesome looking pawpaw…
How tall is it?
@Bradybb ‘Limon’ I like that. It must be lemon in another language. I like how that rolls off the tongue and the very good yellow those leaves produce, Brady.
It’d be a mind blower,if the fruit looked the same.bb
That’d be like sausage we got on Pizza’s around here that is rumored since I was a child to derive from Chicago’s mafia. It’s incredible crumbled sausage.
I can’t wait to find out, Brady! It’s going in mostly shade to start it’s life. Nearly all shade.
Here’s what the last leaf did and another new one coming on which I/we’ll probably certainly wonder what it’ll do.
WOW! You got a varigated pawpaw!
That’s quite rare i think…
It’s gotta hold and not revert. I’m taking very good care of it.
It’s gotta be watched for 5-7 years but also propagated and in other gardens/climates so as to not lose it. I’ll be chip grafting it next year I think.
Very cool! I’ve seen only one other, at Cliff England’s nursery.