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Titan Almond

Original price $59.99 - Original price $59.99
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$59.99 - $59.99
Current price $59.99

Prunus dulcis 'Titan'

Prohibited to AZ

This unique almond tree boasts extreme winter hardiness, so it can grow and fruit successfully far to the north of where other commercial varieties have frozen out. It is a true almond with a thin, well-sealed shell and a sweet kernel. In areas with wet springs, it is prone to brown rot and other fungal problems, so this is a great variety for cold and dry spring regions. Titan blooms very late for an almond and can be pollinized by any late blooming almond or by most peaches.


USDA Zone: 5-9

Grow Height:  20' (Dwarf)

Sun: Full Sun

Ripening Time: Late Summer

Pollination: Needs a Pollinizer

Rootstock: Dwarf

Read our Almond Growing Guide

Size: Dwarf (4'-5')


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Todd R.G.

I ve ordered other almond varieties and have had success with Raintree, so I ordered two (2) Titan bareroot almonds. Arrived, much as they do, looking like sticks and I did exactly the same as I had with my previous bareroot almonds I d ordered. As time goes on, no change, nothing noticeable going on above ground, I m just looking at sticks .

Having seen other almonds go from sticks to beautiful trees, I waited, as patiently as I could. Ultimately, nothing happened and they were pulled in 2022.

I speculate that in 2021 when I received the Titan s - the other part of my order (a Hall s Hardy almond) - was cancelled due to a crop failure (or some such thing). While disappointing, it happens, and Raintree refunded my money for the Hall s Hardy, and shipped my remaining order which included the Titans. I am left to speculate if those Titan s I received weren t the healthiest of trees to begin with (possibly?) - and as such, failed to thrive where I ve previously had very good luck with almonds in general (3 for 3 on 1st order, 0/2