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Reliable Almond

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SKU K165

Prunus dulsis x persica 'Reliable'

Prohibited to AZ

Each season this beautiful tree produces a large crop of rich and flavorful almonds! It is self-fertile and the most reliable of the varieties tested at the Mount Vernon, Western WA, research station - so it's a great choice for cool summer growers. Reliable is a seedling hybrid of peach and almond, resulting in nuts with a harder shell and stronger flavor.

Sporting showy, fragrant, pink blossoms and disease-resistant foliage, make this tree your proven winner as a beautiful landscape tree and a consistent producer!

 

USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  18' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Late Summer

Pollination:  Self Fertile

Rootstock: Dwarf

Read our Almond Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Is this a sweet almond or a bitter almond? I heard you can only eat sweet almonds raw and I just want to be sure which kind this is.

    Reliable is considered a sweet almond and can be eaten raw.

  • Will this do well in Eastern Washington, Spokane area?

    Yes, anywhere peaches grow this almond will grow too.

  • Will this grow in Port Angeles, WA?

    Yes, they grown fine in your area!

  • I'm in N W Alabama, zone 7b , humid...will Reliable Almond trees grow here??

    Not likely. Almond trees, even almond hybrids like this one, need a drier summer climate.

  • Is this an early mid or late blooming almond?

    Early season blooming

  • Is this a bare root?

    Yes!

Customer Reviews

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Chester S.
reliable almond

Tree arrived in good shape. New sprouts are about two/three inches long and it is looking very good. Anxious to see some almonds in two/three years.

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DJ111
So far, so good!

This tree is putting out some nice looking leaves after one week in the ground in zone 9A. Time will tell if it produces any nuts!

Pictures taken on the day of planting and one week later.