Macadamia Nut - Macadamia integrifolia - 15 Gal - 6 Feet Tall
Macadamia nuts are among the most expensive, highest quality, and hardest to crack nuts in the world. Commercial production of the nut is concentrated in Hawaii and throughout sub-tropical Australia. The nuts are commonly used in baking, but they are often eaten fresh or roasted as well. They are typically about the size of a quarter, and require a vise or a hammer to open.
Common Name: Macadamia Nut
Botanical Name: Macadamia integrifolia
Avg. Height x Width: 20' x 20'
Varieties: Arkin Papershell, Beaumont, Dana White
Season: September to December
Damage Temp: 27F
Macadamia Nut - Macadamia integrifolia - 15 Gal - 5 Feet Tall
The largest fruit size of any production Loquat. Very large, rounded, orange fruit with sweet and juicy orange flesh. Large leaf globe tree bears April through May. Hardy to 12 degrees. Self-fertile.