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Re: Gene's greenhouse NOW Sycamore

Wow- I love mangos.  I wonder if anyone out here sells pawpaw fruit.  
Now I'm really curious what they taste like.


Christopher P. Lindsey wrote:

>>>breeding program to make pawpaws
>>I can not recall ever tasting a pawpaw.   What a wasted life!
>They're not too bad, but I think I'd rather eat an apple.  :)  People
>say that they taste like banana custard, but they make me think more of
>There's a paw paw festival in Ohio every year -- you can try paw paw ice
>If you really want to try one I could ship one out to you next fall...
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