Macadamia integrifolia

[n] - medium-sized tree of eastern Australia having creamy-white flowers
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Macadamia integrifolia

noun medium-sized tree of eastern Australia having creamy-white flowers
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Macadamia integrifolia

(from the article `macadamia`) Macadamias originated in the coastal rain forests and scrubs of what is now Queensland in northeastern Australia. The macadamias grown commercially ... ...species); and the hakeas (Hakea species). The silky oak (Grevillea robusta), native to Australia, is widely grown in warm climates. The ... [2 relate...
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Macadamia integrifolia

Macadamia integrifolia is a tree in the Proteaceae family, native to Queensland in Australia. Common names include macadamia nut, bauple nut, Queensland nut or nut oak. This species is a small tree; its leaves have toothed margins and are 7 to 15 cm in length. The flowers are white or pinkish followed by woody, rounded fruits which are 2 to 3.5 cm
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