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Cashew Tree, Red Fruit

Cashew Tree, Red Fruit

Regular price $94.95 USD
Regular price $109.95 USD Sale price $94.95 USD
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  • Cashew Red Fruit Fast Growing Tree for Sale from Everglades Farms, Florida
    • Full & Partial Sun Exposure: Thrives in both full sun and partial sun environments, making it adaptable to various outdoor spaces.
    • Cold Hardiness: Able to withstand temperatures as low as 30 degrees Fahrenheit, ensuring its survival even during cooler periods.
    • Nurtured in Homestead, Florida: Our experienced growers cultivate these trees in our plant nursery located in Homestead, Florida. The trees benefit from the region's favorable subtropical climate, which promotes robust growth and fruit production.
    • Subtropical Advantage: Flourishes in subtropical climates, allowing you to enjoy the unique appeal of this tree's vibrant foliage and distinctive red fruits.
    • Rapid Growth: With its fast-growing nature, you'll witness substantial growth and development of your tree within a short span of time.
    • Fruit Production in 2-3 Years: Through propagation by seedlings, this tree boasts accelerated fruiting, often yielding delectable red fruits in as little as 2-3 years after planting.
    • Container Shipment: Your Cashew Red Fruit Tree will be securely shipped in a plastic container filled with soil, ensuring the tree's roots remain healthy and ready for transplantation upon arrival.
    • Versatile Landscaping: Whether you have a spacious garden or a compact balcony, this tree's manageable size and adaptable growth make it an ideal choice for various landscaping designs.
    • Aesthetic Appeal: Beyond its enticing fruits, this tree offers ornamental value, featuring attractive foliage that enhances the visual appeal of your outdoor space.
    • Expert Guidance: Along with your purchase, you'll receive our expert recommendations for care and maintenance, ensuring your Cashew Red Fruit Tree thrives and flourishes year-round.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
Filomena Lange

I am very happy with the service. My Cashew tree suffered on transport and did not survive but they replaced it immediately. The tree looks very healthy. I will surely buy again.

Nadine h
Horrible condition

Ordered this as a gift, paid extra to get it fedex expedited and the receivers got it in horrible condition, the leafs were browning and the tree looked very neglected- nothing like the pictures online. Reached out to support and they responded saying they can refund if we return it- but since it was a GIFT I can’t ask for it back. Very disappointed and I was looking to be a long time customer since I love gifting plants and trees.

Richard Hart
cashew shock

Well I ordered 2 more tree from Everglades the mamey and fig tree arrived in beautiful shape and are doing very well however the cashew came apart when the container was cut and as good as I tried to plant it is went into shock and all leaves turned brown and fell off ? So if Everglades does not nwant to replce the tree that arrived in shipment with a broken ball I will not be doing any more business there! Nurseries on Pine Island do replace trees for their customers under these circumstances and so far Everglades has not offered to take care of threir customer's problem with a product that arrived in damaged condition? I think that for your future business you shoud think about that because I need more trees and will have to go elsewhere to find them??? So I would give you a good review otherwise and I do not know how to take pictures from a cell phone and send to e mail so I sent pictures of then tree with the Text number you have listed! I hope you do not leave me disappointed over this? Respectfully, Richard Hart.

Bruce Macfarlane Macfarlane
The third one I tried, seems to be working.

I have bought cashew trees from 2 suppliers now.

George Koob
Tree Died

Sorry but the tree arrived approximately 2 January but the top looked frost burned. I thought it would recover but the leaves dried out and then fell off and the whole tree died.