Hawaiian papayas are a type of papaya that is grown in Hawaii. They are typically smaller than other varieties of papaya, and they have a bright yellow-orange flesh with a tender green-yellow skin. Hawaiian papayas have a sweet, tropical flavor that has been described as a blend of mango, peach, and banana. They are a good source of vitamins A and C, potassium, and fiber.
Hawaiian papayas are native to Mexico and Central America, but they were introduced to Hawaii in the early 1800s. They quickly became a popular crop in Hawaii, and they are now one of the most important fruits grown in the state. Hawaiian papayas are exported all over the world, and they are a popular ingredient in many tropical dishes.
Nice healthy Trees, been in the ground a couple of weeks, looking good.