- the large wrinkled edible seed of a deciduous tree, consisting of two halves contained within a hard shell which is enclosed in a green fruit.
- 2.the tall tree which produces walnuts, with compound leaves and valuable ornamental timber that is used chiefly in cabinetmaking and gun stocks.
the oval orange-colored fruit of a temperate-zone tree (Prunus armeniaca) resembling the related peach and plum in flavor. b : a tree that bears apricot
- the oval edible nutlike seed (kernel) of the almond tree, growing in a woody shell, widely used as food:"almond biscuits"
- 2.the tree that produces almonds, related to the peach and plum. Native to western Asia, it is widely cultivated in warm climates.
- Almond. Almond is an edible seed and native to Southwestern Asia. It can be eaten raw, blanched, or roasted. Almonds are used to make marzipan, a sweet paste made in Europe.
- Cashew. Cashew nuts are rich in zinc, copper, iron, magnesium, and phosphorous. It helps to increase the carrying capacity for HDL and lower LDL. It’s a tropical evergreen tree that produces the cashew apple and cashew seed.
- Dates. Dates are the fruits of the tree; it is grown in many tropical regions. Wrinkled skin of dates indicates dry dates and smooth skin indicates fresh dates.
- Berries. Berry is a pulpy, small, and nutritionally dense food. It is sour or sweet taste and is used in jams, desserts, and preservatives. They are tropically high in Vitamin C, Fiber, and Antioxidant Polyphones.
A walnut is the nut of any tree of the genus Juglans (family Juglandaceae), particularly the Persian or English walnut, Juglans regia. A walnut is the edible seed of a drupe, and thus not a true botanical nut. It is commonly consumed as a nut. After full ripening for its edible seed when the shell has been discarded, it is used as a garnish or a snack. Nuts of the eastern black walnut (Juglans nig...