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I have macadamia nut growing on a bush. All the literature talks about trees.

Is there a bush that grows these nuts? I live in Nebraska and this is the first time I have seen something growing on the bushes. I have taken it to a plant place and showed them the nut inside the covering that is how I found out what it was. All the information mentions trees.

Thanks

Shirley


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 07/11/2019 @ 7:53 pm

Macadamia are typically trees, but may have a shrub form, although I’ve never heard of it.

They are a subtropical and tropical region plant. So if you have a shrub growing and surviving through a winter outdoors and producing nuts, in Omaha Nebraska, I suspect that it is not a macadamia.


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