Almond Trees

Almond trees make beautiful additions to the landscape with their dusky pink blooms and green fruits that later cover the plant. Just like peaches, almond trees are part of the rosaceae (rose) family, and many gardeners have drawn comparisons between the two. For example, the fruits where each almond is contained look similar to peaches - infact, almond trees and peach trees are extremely similar albeit their crops!

If positioned against a warm and sunny wall, your almond tree will produce the most crops. It will also appreciate well-drained, fertile soil.

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