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Paw paw seedlings or cuttings

last month

I was told that these are seed-grown paw paw seedlings, which is important since pawpaws need to be cross

pollinated by genetically distinct trees in order to fruit. I think they are cuttings because they seem to be uniformly thick with sprouts spread out for 2/3 of their length. What do you think? Do I now have 20 clones?!


And if they came with instructions to plant at the same depth, does that mean I need 10 inch deep pots??



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