The patented Paw Paw tree, "Allegheny" is a grafted plant with extremely high production reports of bulky fruit clusters with individual fruits reaching 5 inches in length and weighing 1/2 pound each. If the cluster are thinned out to one or two paw paws per stem, then they can weight as much as 3/4 lbs each. This prolific paw paw cultivar tends to be over productive, if not thinned out to the extent of limb breakage, however, since the fruits always ripen inside the clusters at different rates, the limb breakage can be reduced, if the ripening paw paws are removed from the clusters, as they ripen into a creamy yellow skin color. The Allegheny paw paw tree has a massive covering of large drooping leaves, so dense, that the fruit is often cloaked and invisibly hidden within the branches, and revealed clusters only appear when the enormous leafy cover is lifted. A screening poll of paw paw gourmet samplers shows that the Allegheny cultivar is highly favored, because of the delicate blending of flavors and tastes that are often described as the flavors of overripe bananas combined with the baked vanilla aroma and sliced fresh pineapple. These trees can normally grow 15 feet in height, and the trees are cold hardy enough to be grown in zones 5 to 9, being tolerant of full sun or partial shade in almost any soil profile that is fairly moist during fruiting time.