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Hall's Hardy Almond Tree

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Hall's Almond Trees are semi self fertile trees, so that when they are cross pollinated with the Texas Almond Tree, almonds will be produced abundantly. This Almond Tree requires 800 chill hours to bear nuts, that is:  (5 weeks of cool temperatures below 45 degrees F.)   All almond trees require heavy pruning so that the tree has the best possible survivability. The Halls Hardy Almond Tree is the best Almond choice for cold climates, being very hardy as far north as USDA Zone 6. The Halls Hardy nutshell is very hard, and therefore, both the fruit and leaves resemble a peach characteristic until the fruit has fully developed. This Almond cultivar bears heavily in October after blooming last of all compared to other Almond Trees.

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How to Plant an Almond Tree
• The Halls Hardy Almond Tree blooms late enough in the season to escape harmful late Spring frosts, and many nuts are formed after two or three seasons of tree growth. The almond nut grows within a fruit that resembles a peach, but the pit is edible and not poisonous and bitter like a peach pit.

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Almond trees April 2, 2014
Reviewer: Dan from Ethel, LA United States  
Total happy with order . Tree are already budding out.

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I like it when it's sour March 6, 2014
Reviewer: abdo abouraya from dearborn, MI United States  
I like to eat this kind of almond

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