Macadamia Integrifolia is a tree that comes from the Proteaceae family, and is native to the Eastern Australia. This evergreen woody plant grows up to the height of 15-20 m. The bunch-like flower cluster ion their mature stage are 30 cm long with average of 250 blossoms. The blossoms of macadamia Integrifolia are yellow in color. It is known for its fruit and its kernel is called drupe. The drupe is globular in shape, with a diameter of 13 to 38 mm, and is surrounded by a very tough shell called Pericarps. It has a syrupy, creamy flavor and is eaten raw, roasted, or fried.