Papaw and Pond AppleFAMILY ANONACEAE
The: custard apple family contains fifty genera, all tropical and mostly confined to the Old World. The family characteristics are exemplified by the two genera with a single species in each, which invade the warmer parts of the United States-vanguard of the West Indian host of many species. These trees have small use as ornamentals in a region rich in handsomer species. Their fruits have small horticultural value.
Melow Papaw Tree
Pond Apple Tree