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Shenandoah Paw Paw Tree



 


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Welcome to our virtual orchard where we introduce you to the Shenandoah Paw Paw Tree, a hidden gem among fruit-bearing trees. Native to the eastern United States, the Shenandoah Paw Paw is a captivating addition to any garden, offering not only delicious fruit but also a touch of the wild in your backyard.

Growing Information

Zone Compatibility: Shenandoah Paw Paw trees thrive in USDA hardiness zones 5-10, making them suitable for a wide range of climates.

Size: These small to medium-sized trees typically reach heights of 15-20 feet, making them ideal for smaller gardens or as an understory tree in larger landscapes.

Chill Hours: Shenandoah Paw Paws require approximately 400-600 chill hours, making them well-suited for areas with moderate winters.

Planting: Select a well-draining location with partial to full sun exposure for your Paw Paw Tree. Adequate spacing, typically 15-20 feet apart, ensures ample room for growth and ensures proper air circulation.

Pruning: Pruning is minimal for these trees, but occasional shaping and removal of dead or crossing branches can help maintain a healthy, productive tree.

Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged, especially during the tree's early years. Mulching around the base of the tree can help retain moisture.

Fruit Description

Flavor: Shenandoah Paw Paws are renowned for their rich, custard-like flavor with hints of banana, mango, and melon. Each bite is a sweet and tropical delight.

Texture: The creamy, custardy flesh of the fruit is smooth and velvety, similar to a ripe avocado.

Color: When ripe, the fruit's skin turns a vibrant greenish-yellow, with a slightly bumpy texture.

Harvest Time: Expect to harvest your Shenandoah Paw Paws in late summer to early fall, typically from August to September. Wait until the fruit yields slightly to gentle pressure before picking.

Pollination: Shenandoah Paw Paws are unique among fruit trees as they often have two types of flowers on the same tree: male and female. However, they rely on insects for cross-pollination. Having multiple trees or planting them near other paw paw varieties can help ensure a bountiful harvest. Bees, flies, and other pollinators are your allies in this delicious journey.

The Shenandoah Paw Paw tree is not just a fruit tree; it's an invitation to experience the delectable taste of the wild. With its ease of cultivation and captivating flavors, this tree is a must-have for any fruit enthusiast. Plant one in your garden today, and savor the unique allure of the Shenandoah Paw Paw.


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