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Hall's Hardy Almond

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Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
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$59.99
$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99
SKU K160

Prunus amygdalus 'Hall's Hardy'

Prohibited to AZ

A beautiful ornamental that is also an edible. This hardy tree produces a profusion of delicate, fragrant, pink blossoms in springtime, after only 800 chill hours. This is followed by attractive, peach-like foliage; Hall's is thought to be a peach-almond cross, which may account for its added cold hardiness. The tree grows rapidly to 20 feet and is self-fertile. The thick-shelled, strongly-flavored almonds are good for cooking and making almond extracts. It blooms comparatively late for an almond and does very well in the maritime Northwest.

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  20' (Semi Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Late Summer

Pollination: Partially Self Fertile

Read our Almond Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • What is the current delivery time window on Almond trees?

    Shipping starts early 2023, depending on your location.

  • Can this almond cross pollinate with a peach tree? How wide will it be at maturity?

    It will if the peach blooms late enough! These trees get very large. 25 feet tall and wide.

  • Should I purchase 2 Hardy Almond trees to help with pollination or 2 different almond trees?

    Two different almonds will be required for cross pollination.

  • Are they good to eat raw?

    In limited quanities they can be eaten raw. Bitter almonds, and bitter almond hybrids like this, can be toxic and should be limited to 30 kernals or less if eaten raw.

Customer Reviews

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HALL'S HARDY ALMOND

I was nervous about ordering nut trees but took the plunge and started with this almond. I'm so glad I did. It is strong and growing well!

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Tree is struggling and probably going to die.

I have planted many fruit trees and even cared for old growth almonds before. I got it in the ground after following instructions for almonds. It took a while to bud and the tips of the branches began to brown. It did bud leaves, but not completely. There are only a few leaf buds, it's now August and thst are still leaf bud size, not mature. The brown ends continue to spread on the branches. I have looked up and done everything possible. Now those leaf buds are vanishing. I don't know if the heavy rain we got recently knocked them off or not, but there's only a few left and some have dried and turned brown and whats left when I went to take picturesis now turning brown, though the stem is still green. The tree would have had to have been very stressed not to come out of it or possibly not enough cold hours? If anyone knows what to do I'm all ears. This was an expensive tree to have it be this problematic. I recieved my plants in March.

Hello, Thank you so much for sharing your experience with the community. Growing nut trees can be very challenging, even for experienced growers like yourself. We appreciate you taking the time to write a review to help inform other customers. I reviewed your order and it looks like we have issued store credit toward a replacement Hall's Hardy Almond for the following growing season. I hope you have greater success with this tree! Please feel free to reach out if you need any assistance. Best, Rye (Customer Service Manager)