Planted as a sapling May 2007. It dies back to the ground every winter and resprouts in June.
Small tree with large leaves. Large fruit around the size of a mango. These fruit are green.
large tree with alternately arranged large obovate leaves with pinnate venation. Fruits are large brownish-green berries containing several brown seeds
Medium-sized shrub/small tree with large, obovate leaves (200 mm x 90 mm and smaller), dark green above, light green below, base acuminate, pinnate venation. No fruit or flowers present.
small tree with a narrow trunk, leaves large and yellowing, aromatic when crushed, accuminlate tips.
Straight trunk; smooth gray bark; long obovate leaves
Tree ~8 m tall, no fruit present, leaves large, elliptical, and alternate.
Small trees and saplings form a thicket. Leaves large, simple, alternate, with entire margins and an obovate shape. Petioles short. Lacks stipules. Fruit a large berry.
Asimina triloba, the pawpaw, paw paw, paw-paw, or common pawpaw, is a species of Asimina (the pawpaw genus) in the same plant family (the Annonaceae) as the custard-apple, cherimoya, sweetsop, ylang-ylang and soursop. The pawpaw is native to the Eastern, Southern, and Midwestern United States and adjacent southernmost Ontario, Canada, from New York west to southeastern Nebraska, and south to northern Florida and eastern Texas. The pawpaw is a patch-forming (clonal) understory tree found in well-drained,...