Macadamia integrifoliais the tree orginateing from Queensland it has pink flowers.
Able to been grown in a wide range of climates from Queensland to Victoria. This tree originated in NSW.
Fruits through March, April, May, June, July, August and may begin to sprout after 5 years if the conditions are optimal.
Plant as hedges and windbreaks.
Delicious buttery-flavoured nuts.
Very versatile and can be eaten fresh, roasted, or cooked into curries, pesto, muesli, deserts and so much more.
You can prune a macadamia tree to any height but to avoid having to cut large branches, it is best to do it regularly.
First, remove any dead or unhealthy branches, then remove any that are growing inwards or in an unwanted direction. Finally, cut to the shape and size you want the best months to do this is May or June
Fertilize twice a year, in autumn and spring
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