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Eyeing an Eastern red cedar for the side yard? Perusing pawpaws for the back?
In 1990, Kentucky State University began a research program with the aim of developing pawpaw as a new, tree-fruit crop for Kentucky.
Zebra swallowtail butterfly larvae feed exclusively on pawpaw foliage.
Since its exotic appeal can be diminished when the fruit is cooked, McDermott suggests churning pawpaws into ice cream.
The ingredients include pawpaws, blackberries and hops sourced from various Kentucky farms and food producers.
Try planting pear (rose family), cornelian cherry (dogwood family), and pawpaw (custard apple family) trees together.
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