Verkäufer: blaatti2010bn (372) 100%, Artikelstandort: Tököl, Versand nach: Europe, Artikelnummer: 163416098698 Diese werden 6 frisch gepflückt Indianerbanane Samen von 2018. September-Oktober, von meinem Garten.Schiffe aus Europa mit Priority Mail bei einer Standard-Flatrate von € 2,00. The pawpaw tree (Asimina triloba) is the only temperate member of the Annonaceae (Custard Apple) Family. A shrubby tree and produces its luscious fruit at the end of Summer.The 2-4" fruit has multiple large seeds. As the fruit ripens, it changes from green, to yellowish-green, and eventually to brownish-black. Some consider blackened fruit the most flavorful, and but the greenish fruits we send you will ripen to perfection, and in my opinion, are best eaten as soon as they become nice and soft.The pawpaw's flavor is very difficult to describe, although everyone agrees it has has a custard-like consistency and something of a banana-ish flavor, with hints of papaya, pear, mango, and pineapple. Important:Do not allow the seed to freeze or dry out, because this can destroy the immature, dormant embryo. If seeds are dried for 3 days at room temperature, the germination percentage can drop to less than 20%. Useful information can be found on the Internet, for example here:http://pawpaw.kysu.edu/pawpaw/ppg.htm Seed Propagation Pawpaw seed is slow to germinate, but it is not difficult to grow seedlings if certain procedures are followed. Do not allow the seed to freeze or dry out, because this can destroy the immature, dormant embryo. If seeds are dried for 3 days at room temperature, the germination percentage can drop to less than 20%. To break dormancy, the seed must receive a period of cold, moist stratification for 70-100 days. This may be accomplished by sowing the seed late in the fall and letting it overwinter; the seed will germinate the following year in late July to late August. Another way is to stratify the seed in the refrigerator (32o- 40o F/0o- 4o C). In this case the cleaned seed should be stored in a plastic ziplock bag with a little moist sphagnum moss to keep the seed moist and suppress fungal and bacterial growth. After stratification the seed should be sown 1 inch (2.5 cm) deep in a well-aerated soil mix, pH 5.5-7, with an optimum temperature of 75o- 85oF (24o- 29o C). Use tall containers, such as tree pots (ht. 14"-18"/35-45 cm) or root trainers (ht. 10"/25 cm), to accommodate the long taproot. The seed will normally germinate in 2-3 weeks, and the shoot will emerge in about 2 months. Germination is hypogeal: the shoot emerges without any cotyledons. For the first two years, growth is slow as the root system establishes itself, but thereafter it accelerates. Trees normally begin to bear fruit when the saplings reach 6 feet, which usually requires five to eight years.