Cerasee Time: Seeds

The flesh on the cerasee seeds are edible and sweet in taste. The pods found all over the cerasee vine, are first green, then turn orange when ripe. The pods then burst open, displaying several red seeds. Cerasee seeds stay dormant during the winter and spring up every where during summer.


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