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Pawpaw: In Search of America’s Forgotten Fruit by Andrew Moore

The pawpaw (Asimina triloba) is the largest edible fruit that is native to the United States.

  • This book goes into the history and folklore of the fruit and discusses why you should try it and grow it.
  • This tree is the host plant for the Zebra Swallowtail butterfly.

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More information about Pawpaw and the author

This book discusses the uses of a long forgotten fruit in the eastern United States. It is rated 4.6 out of five on Amazon.

Andrew Moore, who is from Florida, now lives in Pittsburgh, PA and has published in many newspapers locally and nationally. This is his first book.

If you would like to grow Pawpaw, they can be purchased within the McMullen House Bed & Breakfast LLC Garden Shop by following this link. Beyond being able to harvest the fruit, it is also a host plant for the Zebra Swallowtail butterfly (Protographium marcellus).


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