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Collection: Almond Trees

Almond trees and nuts will make a great addition to your orchard

Almond Trees Grown in California

Popular nut with a long-history in the Central Valley of California.

Almonds are one of the first blooming nut trees, and therefore susceptible to late frosts. Heavy yielding trees that grow best on well-drained, fertile soil. Trees require full sun and enjoy a low water requirement. Almond trees are susceptible to brown rot, shot hole fungus, and navel orange worm. Harvested almonds are shelled and store extremely well. These nuts are a popular addition to salads, desserts or snacks.

The trees are 1 year old and can be expected to fruit in their 4th year. Semi-dwarf tree on Viking rootstock, grows to 15'-20' without pruning. Cross-pollination.

Viking is a vigorous, precocious tree, with nematode resistance similar to Nemaguard, productive, increases fruit size, shows tolerance of wet soil conditions.

  • The trees are 1 year old and can be expected to fruit in their 4th year.
  • Semi-dwarf tree on Viking rootstock, grows to 15'-20' without pruning.
  • Low chill hours, good choice for milder climates.
  • Sets a heavy crop but a hot summer is required to ripen the crop. A very winter and frost hardy almond.

Our companion guide for planting and care of nut trees is in our Resource Center.  We also have more information on growing almonds.

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