Variety description: Selected from the wild in Eaton Rapids, MI, by Corwin Davis in 1968. Sometimes spelled Taytoo. Medium sized light green fruit with yellow flesh ripen in early October.
Cross pollination from two genetically distinct plants necessary for fruit to set. Trees should be planted no more than 20' apart to ensure good pollination.
Site requirements: Full sun location with evenly moist soil. Pawpaws will grow in the shade but fruit set will be poor. Size at maturity: Trees can be maintained at about 15' tall. Pawpaws sucker readily. Pests and diseases: None. Hardiness: Native from New York west to southeastern Nebraska, and south to northern Florida and eastern Texas. Will grow in USDA zones 5-9. Plant size: Grafted trees, 1-2' tall with a well developed root system. These will likely produce fruit in 3 years if given good care.
When we ship: Available for Spring 2019 shipping.
Shipping restrictions: None.
Organically grown by Cricket Hill Garden, in compliance with CT NOFA Farmer's Pledge.