Bigflower pawpaw (Asimina obovata)
Also Known As: Flag pawpaw
Plant Family: Annonaceae
Project BudBurst Plant Group: Deciduous Trees and Shrubs
Identification Hints: Bigflower pawpaw has creamy white to greenish flowers with 6 petals and 3 sepals that nod downwards. The inner three petals have maroonish bases. The leaves alternate along the branches and leaves are widest above the middle of the leaf. The flowers come out after the leaves appear.
Did you Know? Bigflower pawpaw is found only in the state of Florida. It generally blooms between March and May and is generally foundin dry areas such as pine scrub, flatwoods, dunes, and sandy ridges. According to the Archibold Biological Station, the flowers typically bloom for about 6 weeks. The fruits generally take 3-4 months to ripen.
Live Map for Bigflower pawpaw
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Observational data for Bigflower pawpaw:
|Sat Apr 09 00:00:00 GMT 2016||campbayou||Bigflower pawpaw||Asimina obovata||Leaves Unfolding (None)||27.670399000000000||-82.400230000000000||63955|
|Sat Apr 09 00:00:00 GMT 2016||campbayou||Bigflower pawpaw||Asimina obovata||Leaves Changing Color (None)||27.670399000000000||-82.400230000000000||63956|
|Sat Apr 09 00:00:00 GMT 2016||campbayou||Bigflower pawpaw||Asimina obovata||Leaves Dropping (None)||27.670399000000000||-82.400230000000000||63957|
|Sat Apr 09 00:00:00 GMT 2016||campbayou||Bigflower pawpaw||Asimina obovata||Flowers (Middle)||27.670399000000000||-82.400230000000000||63958|
|Sat Apr 09 00:00:00 GMT 2016||campbayou||Bigflower pawpaw||Asimina obovata||Fruit (None)||27.670399000000000||-82.400230000000000||63959|
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