Cashew Apple hanging from tree

(1/9) Cashew Apple hanging from tree By Ben Tavener (Flickr: Cashew fruits - Cajú) [CC BY 2.0] (Photo Credits)

Shows the fruit maturing on a cashew nut fruit tree Picture taken by John Picone

(2/9) Shows the fruit maturing on a cashew nut fruit tree Picture taken by John Picone

Slicing up the Cashew Nut Fruit at John Picones

(3/9) Slicing up the Cashew Nut Fruit at John Picones

Ripened and just picked cashew nuts

(4/9) Ripened and just picked cashew nuts By Paul Daley ©A Lush Forest [All Rights Reserved, Used By Permission] (Photo Credits)

Cashew Apple Grown by a friend of Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery John Picone

(5/9) Cashew Apple Grown by a friend of Daleys Fruit Tree Nursery John Picone

Making the juice from the cashew nut fruit tree at John Picones

(6/9) Making the juice from the cashew nut fruit tree at John Picones

Cashew Nut Tree For Sale (Size: Large)  (Grown from Seed)

(7/9) Cashew Nut Tree For Sale (Size: Large) (Grown from Seed)

Leaf of the Cashew Nut Tree

(8/9) Leaf of the Cashew Nut Tree

Cashew Nut Tree For Sale

(9/9) Cashew Nut Tree For Sale


Cashew Nut Tree

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The cashew nut tree is native to Central and South America, the nut grows within an outer shell at the end of an edible fruit known as the cashew apple. The shell of the kernal contains a thick caustic oil which can cause severe burns and skin irritation ... Read More

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Specifications of Cashew Nut Tree

Preferred Climate TropicalLearn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) +10m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Likes Temps above 5deg

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas WA

Fruiting/Harvest Months September, October, November, December, , February, March

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Cashew Nut Tree Reviews & Tips

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10y ago

Carindale, QLD, Australia

Cashew Nut Tree

Bought two. One in ground died after a mild Brisbane winter. The one in a pot kept in shade house survived.

George Price
13y ago

Lancaster, TX

Cashew Nut Tree


Colin Herbert
15y ago

Murray Upper, QLD, Australia

Cashew Nut Tree

Am interested to plant a few trees but can't find how far apart to plant them or row width. Any help please?

Maryann Connolly
15y ago

Morisset, NSW, Australia

Cashew Nut Tree

Be careful when handling the fruit as it will stain hands and clothing. The fruit is very delicious to eat.

Kerry Jackson
17y ago

Echuca, VIC, Australia

Cashew Nut Tree

Pour some starch on the nut before you pick it off the tree and it has a more salty taste

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