1. Seed kernels Edible parts - Seeds kernel, nuts A medium size evergreen tree. It grows 18 m tall and spreads 15 m wide. It has a bushy habit. Young growth is pale green.Young leaves are long and toothed at the edge. Leaves are 10-20 cm long by 3-5 cm wide. They occur in whorls or rings of 3 or4...
  2. 1990 videos with Dr. Carl Campbell ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series - Introduction To Tropical Fruit (Part 1 of 6) ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series -Grafting Tropical Fruit Trees & Avocados (Part 2 of 6) ECHO Tropical Fruits Video Series - (Part 3 of 6) Guava, Pineapple, Macadamia,Mamey...
  3. Growables Origin: Macadamia integrifoliais native to southeastern Queensland where it grows in the rain forests and close to streams. M. tetraphylla is native to southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales, growing in rain forests, in moist places and along stream banks. At the point...
  4. Macadamia integrifolia: Trees up to 20 m tall, with spread of 13 m; leaves opposite in seedings, later in whorls of 3, pale green or bronze when young, 10–30 cm long, margins with few or no spines, petioles about 1.3 cm long; flowers creamy white, apetalous, borne in groups of 3 or 4 along a long...
  5. Macadamia is a genus of four species of trees indigenous to Australia, and constituting part of the plant family Proteaceae. They are native to north eastern New South Wales and central and south eastern Queensland.Wikipedia
  6. Macadamia integrifoliais native to southeastern Queensland where it grows in the rain forests and close to streams.M. tetraphyllais native to southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales, growing in rain forests, in moist places and along stream banks. At the point where the two...