Macadamia trees are slow growing but can reach heights of 15m.
Their shiny dark green leaves can but a little tough and ‘prickly’ especially when dry but leaf fall is not really high.
Macadamia trees produce racemes of beautiful flower, delighting the local bee population, and these eventually turn into the mature nuts that we are all familiar with.
Macadamia’s are not difficult to grow and, if left alone, they do well by themselves.
They have the ability to adapt to quite poor soils and are generally known as being frost intolerant but the few frosts we have every winter do not seem to worry them at all.
Care is needed until they reach a height of 2m.
Fantastic Bee attractors.
As Australia’s most famous native species, it is fast becoming one of our biggest sellers.
Within Australia postage must be ‘Parcel Post’ as the size of the seed will not allow for letter post.
Please ensure that you select 1-3 Plant Postage or your order cannot be processed.
International Post for one packet of seed is $28.00 and will need to be purchased via an invoice.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to continue your order.
These are fresh seeds from our current harvest and will need to be aged in the potting mix before they will germinate.
Weakening the shell with a touch on a grinding tool will help speed things along.