Asimina

Asimina is a genus of eight species of small trees or shrubs with large simple leaves and large fruit, native to eastern North America, collectively referred to as Pawpaw. The genus includes the widespread common pawpaw Asimina triloba, which bears the largest edible fruit indigenous to the continent. Pawpaws are native to 26 states of the U.S. an...
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Asimina

(from the article `Magnoliales`) ...of the species; they are Guatteria (250 species), Uvaria (175 species), Xylopia (100–150 species), Polyalthia (150 species), and Annona (120 ...
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Asimina

(Papaw) Asiminas are mostly deciduous shrubs or small trees native to North America. A. angustifolia and A. speciosa are shrubs that grow 3 or 4 feet high; they aren't hardy in the North. A. triloba, the Papaw, is a hardy tree that grows from 30 to 35 feet high in the wild, but in gardens it is usually grown as a multi-stemmed shrub. This tree is t...
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Asimina

genus Asimina noun pawpaw
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Asimina

[n] - pawpaw
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