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All-In-One Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 7-9

Hall's Hardy Almond Tree Hall's Hardy Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 6-9

Mission (Texas) Almond Tree Mission (Texas) Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 7-9

Nikita's Pride Almond Tree Nikita's PrideTM Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 5-8

Nonpareil Almond Tree Nonpareil Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 7-9

Prima Almond Tree PrimaTM Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 5-8

Seaside Almond Tree SeasideTM Almond Tree

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USDA Zones 5-8

  • Almond Tree
    Almonds bloom earlier than any other nut tree, as early as February some years and continue until March. Bees are important for pollination in commercial orchards and two varieties are necessary for cross-pollination to be successful.
  • Nonpareil Almond Tree
    Nonpareil is historically the best general purpose variety adapted to a wide range of soils and climates. The name in French is translated to "unparalleled." This is the most important commercial variety.
  • Plant an Almond Tree
    Almond trees produce fruit which is commonly referred to as a nut, though it is technically a drupe similar to a cherry. Unlike true nuts, almonds develop a leatherly flesh outside of the shell, which is usually discarded.