Macadamia Nuts for planting Queensland nut bush nut maroochi nut bauple nut Tree Seeds - Raw IN SHELLRegular price $7.50 Save $-7.50
Macadamia is a genus of four species of trees in the flowering plant family Proteaceae. They are indigenous to Australia, native to northeastern New South Wales and central and southeastern Queensland specifically. Two species of the genus are commercially important for their fruit, the macadamia nut /ˌmækəˈdeɪmiə/ (or simply macadamia). Global production in 2015 was 160,000 tonnes (180,000 short tons).Other names include Queensland nut, bush nut, maroochi nut, bauple nut and, in the USA, they are also erroneously known as Hawaii nut. In Australian Aboriginal languages, the fruit is known by names such as bauple, gyndl or jindilli (north of Great Dividing Range) and boombera (south of the Great Range). It was an important source of bushfood for the Aboriginal peoples who are the original inhabitants of the area..
Explore macadamia nut planting. From these shelled seeds emerge Queensland, bush, maroochi, and bauple macadamia nuts. Enjoy growing Macadamia trees and enjoying their healthy nuts.
Create a Macadamia Tree: Plant these seeds and watch your yard or orchard become a lovely nut tree.
Plant raw in-shell seeds.
Have fun planting Macadamias.
Delicious and healthful macadamia nuts may be cooked and eaten.
Queensland, bush, maroochi, and bauple nuts taste distinct.
Plant macadamia nuts and watch your tree yield wonderful nuts. Enjoy growing and using nuts.