More Reasons to Plant Pawpaws

Wednesday January 19 by Claudia bourne
The much-heralded pawpaw seems to have even more going for it than its tropical-looking landscape value, yard-friendly tree size, space-oddity little purple flowers, and luscious-tasting fruit (think crème brulee meets mango). The pawpaw has been found to be highly nutritious, with potential as an organic insecticide and even as a cancer fighter.





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