edible palm fruit?
Help! I want to eat something enticing and I have no idea if it will kill me!
We have a smallish palm tree in our back yard, about 12 ft, with the kind of fronds that start low and grow all the way up, not hte kind with the long tall bare stem. It has made large clusters of yellow fruit that smells like apricots and apples and looks delicious. I just caught on that it might be edible. Most of it is on the ground now, but before I let the rest go to waste I want to know- does anybody have any idea about whether this is edible? I looked online and to me it looks a bit like a Brazilian jelly palm. Is anyone else growing a palm tree in Georgia (Atlanta area) that they eat from?