Don’t we all love colorful fruits? The areca palm tree is no exception, bearing the fruits that yield the prized arecanuts. The areca palm tree’s fruit starts blooming around the 4th year of the tree. It starts out green in color and by the time it ripens, it turns an orange-yellow shade. The average tree yields about 4 bunches annually, which is quite a bit for the farmer. Ultimately, the nut is harvested from the fruit and sent to the different stakeholders that make use of it. How many different uses of the arecanuts do you know?