Whether they’re fresh, candied or stewed, cashews are a classic snack and full of healthful benefits. Even better? You can harvest cashews right from your backyard with the Cashew Tree. This tree not only imparts the delectable deliciousness of cashews, but it also provides an eye-catching focal point for your landscape.
Plus, the Cashew Tree is super durable and adaptable. This tree’s beauty belies the strength within. Under favorable conditions, your Cashew Tree will grow well and thrive, fruiting in just two years. The tree can tolerate poor soil and is self-fertile, so no green thumb is no problem. Though the trees are cold sensitive and grow best in warmer climates, the Cashew Tree is drought resistant and will continue to progress in spite of dry spells.
The delicious cashews are nearly as versatile as the tree. Not only are your cashews mouth-watering and tasty, but they’re also one of the healthiest nut varieties available. Each cashew apple (covering the nut inside) is a rich source of vitamin C and packs as much as five times more of the vitamin than an orange. High amounts of calcium, vitamin B1 and iron round out this snacktime favorite – providing more nutrition than most other fruits. A sweet and astringent flavor (and somewhat chewy texture) make them the perfect afternoon treat.
And left unshelled, cashew nuts from your Cashew Tree can be stored for up to two years. Delicious and economical? Check. Best of all, these trees are known for their good looks. Their evergreen leaves are leathery, gleaming and dark green. When florals bloom in the winter, bursts of white and pink are gathered in a stunning blanket that’s aromatically fragrant.
Eye-catching, economical and easy-to-grow.The Cashew Tree ticks all the boxes of a luxuriant landscape must-have. Order yours today!
The Cashew Tree: Gorgeous growth with amazing benefits. Because the Cashew Tree is self-fertile, you only need one tree to get fruit (though more trees will produce a bigger bounty). Rich florals pollinated by insects burst forth for a botanical-garden view. This tree is low-maintenance and hassle-free but does require proper care to thrive.