Family - Annonaceae Stems : Family - Annonaceae Stems - No info. yet. Image 1 of 3 Photo: Amy Buthod (flickr) Asimina triloba flower/buds. Mature flower (from below). Flowering - March - May. Habitat - Bottoms, along streams, ravines, base... Zebra Swallowtail caterpillar on pawpaw Philosophy on Student Research and Teaching: Assistant Professor of Biology Katherine R. Goodrich,... Description: Pawpaw is an uncommon native tree that bears interesting fruit, that have the taste... Fruit. Flowering - March - May. Habitat - Sandy to dry woods, ravines. Origin - Native to North... Winter bud. Inflorescence - No info. yet. Flowers - No info. yet. Young flowers. Fruit. Flowering - March - May. Habitat - Sandy to dry woods, ravines. Origin - Native to North... Asimina_reticulata.jpg (1 of 11) Image 2 of 3 Photo: dmitri_66 (flickr) Asimina triloba. Bark of medium-aged tree. A. triloba produces an edible fruit which tastes a little like a banana when ripe. The fruits are... Fruit. Flowering - March - May. Habitat - Sandy to dry woods, ravines. Origin - Native to North... Winter twig. Leaves - No info. yet. Leaves : Inflorescence : Flowers : Asimina pygmaea , dwarf pawpaw Image 3 of 3 Photo: Du-Sa-Ni-Ma (flickr) Asimina triloba against sky. Image Discussion Asimina triloba (L.) Dunal - Pawpaw Photo © by Peter Nelson Taken at Brooklyn... Copyright by : Shirley Denton Other data on Asimina tetramera available from : Remerciements & droits : Carl Hunter @ USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database / USDA SCS. 1991. Southern wetland... Asimina parviflora An immature fruit near Griffy Lake, 6/26/04. Go back to: IN Plants The main index Copyright by : Chuck McCartney Other data on Asimina reticulata available from : Photographs taken at Coon Creek, Tallapoosa County, AL., 4-9-06. Thumbnail Page Species List Pawpaws have beautiful maroon flowers.