I scattered them into a pot and they all (99%, if not all haha) came to live.
I am new to papayas. I've learned from a forum that a papaya tree can be male, female or bisexual. The female-only flowers are big and fat and attached directly to the trunk, the male-only are smaller, longer, skinnier, and are on long branches. The ones with both sexes are kind of in between in shape, also attached to the trunk. Both the female only and bisexual flowers can produce fruits, but the female-only ones need a male plant nearby.
It would be good to know the sex of the papayas before they are transplanted to the ground so that landscape can be planned earlier. Is there any way to tell the sex of a papaya tree when it is still a baby and there's no bloom yet?