Never underestimate the Power of one tiny Seed

“… I planted about a dozen cashew seeds hoping for a tree. One sprouted.  A year later, it was doing very well.

When mature, these trees produce cashew seeds (the cashew “nut” itself) and cashew apples. The apples are supposed to be particularly good.  They can be eaten raw, cooked or used to make a liquor called feni but they have no shelf life so they cannot be found in grocery stores. The only way to get them is to grow them yourself. There will be some very fat, happy, south Florida squirrels when Mr. Cashew starts to produce the nuts and apples. …”

Jack N. Boca Raton, Florida, USA