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Flag Pawpaw, Asimina obovata, is a native deciduous shrub in the Custard Apple family, Annonaceae. There are eight pawpaw species native to Florida, but only three available from nurseries. Flag Pawpaw likes full sun to highly filtered partial shade and sandy, well-drained soil in Zones 8 to 10. It ranges from the south part of the Florida peninsula north to the Georgia border and west through the Panhandle in sandhill and scrub habitats. It is endemic to Florida alone. Other pawpaws prefer mesic woodlands and/or coastal dunes.
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