Cashew Nut, Marañon Fruit Tree

Cashew Nut, Marañon Fruit Tree
Botanical Name: Anacardium occidentale

Cashew trees produce fruits that have two edible parts.
The brightly colored cashew apple and the cashew nut which is consumed fresh after being properly shelled.

The cashew apple is oval-shaped, like bell pepper. The real fruit, is a nut attached to the end of the fruit.

Ripens: June

Mature height: 12-15 feet
Sunlight : Full Sun

Self-Pollinating: Yes

USDA Zone: 9-11

Cashew Nut, Marañon  Fruit Tree