Similar to the ice cream bean, and sometimes confused with it, the pacay is a large, podded fruit with edible white pulp surrounding large seeds.
Medium to large sized tree up to 60+ feet tall.
Will stand temperatures to the 30's when mature.
Naturally occurs near river banks, so it enjoys year-round irrigation.
By seeds. Seeds should not be allowed to dry before planting and generally begin germination while still in the fruits.
Generally eaten fresh.
Native to Central and South America.