Common name(s): pawpaw
Hardiness ratings: USDA zone 5~6 - 8~9
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Links for Asimina triloba
- All Things Plants - Community-assembled plant profile (36 photos)
- Carolina Nature - Illustrated woody plant profile, with notes on range and identification. (17 photos)
- Dave's Garden PlantFiles - Profile page with horticultural basics, and member-contributed photos and comments. (zone 6-8) (23 photos)
- Denver Botanic Gardens - Description, native range, and cultural requirements. (additional pages for other varieties) (zone 5)
- Floridata - Illustrated informative profile page with notes on culture, usage, and noteworthy features. (zone 5-9) (3 photos)
- Illinois Wildflowers - Informative illustrated page with description and cultivation details, also covering range and faunal associations. (3 photos)
- Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center - Plant description and characteristics with notes on distribution, culture, and propagation. (38 photos)
- Missouri Botanical Garden - Plantfinder page for one of the plants growing at the garden, with usually one or more photos, horticultural information, and noteworthy characteristics. (zone 5-9) (16 photos)
- Missouri Plants - Description and photographs of botanical features, with notes about habitat and native status. (8 photos)
- North Carolina State University factsheet - Plant profile with horticultural details and comments (zone 5-9) (8 photos). Also pages for 'Allegheny', 'Overleese', 'Potomac', 'Shenandoah', 'Sunflower', 'Susquehanna', 'Wabash', and ‘NC-1’.
- Ontario Rock Garden Society - Germination information
- Rare Find Nursery: Asimina triloba 'Pennsylvania Golden' - Catalog detail page with description and horticultural information. (additional pages for other varieties) (zone 5-9) (1 photo)
- Sunlight Gardens - Wildflower nursery catalog page with description and cultivation details. (zone 5-9) (1 photo)
- Virginia Tech Dendrology - Factsheet with botanical characteristics and photos of various features. (6 photos)