Slimleaf Pawpaw, Ben Hill County

slimleaf paw paw ben hill county ga photograph copyright brian brown vanishing south georgia usa 2009

The Slim-leafed Pawpaw (Asimina angustifolia) is a shrub native to the American South. This individual was part of a small colony in eastern Ben Hill County.

 

2 thoughts on “Slimleaf Pawpaw, Ben Hill County

  1. Tommy Moore

    The old building where we voted in the Cat Creek voting precinct in Lowndes County is still standing, and would be a great addition. It is just west of Cat Creek on Cat Creek Road. I can take an iPhone picture if you would tell me how to get it to you…

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