A stunning cultivar which showcases the best Macadamia integrifolia and Macadamia tetraphylla have to offer. Selected for it's spectacular racemes for pink flowers, the nuts are equally delicious. Part of the Proteacea family, take care when planting to minimise root damage and transplant shock.
Macadamias do best when given adequate summer irrigation and fertiliser. Suitable for screening, hedging or as a specimen tree, pruning is only required for shaping or to control growth. All Macadamias will produce and acceptable crop of nuts on their own, however, heavier cropping will occur with several trees planted in the same area. Grafted trees will crop in 3-4 years. Seed grown plants in 7-8 years. Fertilise with Blood and Bone in spring and autumn. Water as required. Collect nuts from the ground in autumn and allow to dry. Shake then nuts - when you hear the rattle, they are ready to shell and consume. Macadamia pollination: All Macadamias will produce and acceptable crop on their own as the flowers are complete with both male and female parts. Heavier cropping will occur with several trees in the same area.