What is Macadamia
Macadamia scientific name:Macadamia integrifolia) is the Proteaceae of Evergreen small trees native to Eastern Australia. Is mostly domesticated breed, with thin hard shell and the other in Australia, Hawaii and has become the No.1 export item. Height is 6-15 m in leaves are dark green and oblong shape, leaf length, 10-25 cm. Flowers are about 20 cm long as drooping racemes. We have more than 200 flowers 2.5 cm of one. Typical breed other species macadamia tetrafila. Integrifolia is white to pale yellow flowers bloom, the Tetra Fila has pink flowers bloom. Flowers on over a week under the bloom. Fruit flowers after a hard shelled fruit in fruit is a three-tier structure and outer rind called husk is green. Brown hard shell called the shell underneath and around milky white soft edible seeds. Are naturally dropped by about 2 cm to harvest fruit diameter, dried and seasoned and processed the product.
Generic name: Macadamia, scientific name:Macadamia integrifolia, aka: Macadamia nut, Queensland Nut, origin: Australia Eastern, producing: Hawaii, Australia, living type: Evergreen small tree with height: 6 - 15 m foliage color: dark green leaf oblong leaf length: 10 - 25 cm, flowers: racemes, Inflorescence length: 20 cm pendulous inflorescence: inflorescence with small flowers of: more than 200 flower size:2.5cm color: white-pale yellows, flowers to: flowering from the top down, period: week in fruit type: shelled fruit, seed shape: spherical, real color: white, taste: creamy white soft fat real three-layer structure from the (outer): husks called rind (green) shell (in a Brown solid) → (milky white soft) seeds, fruit diameter: 2 cm, fruit ripening: September-next year February (Hawaii), Australia (3-September), fruits of the harvest: ground natural fall, Uses: dried fruits, roasted salt and essential oils of macadamia nuts with a seasoned content chocolate, cakes and other edible and essential oils of aromatherapy.