Hall's Hardy Almond/Lovell
Prohibited to AZ
A beautiful ornamental that is also edible. This hardy tree produces a profusion of delicate, fragrant early spring pink blossoms. This is followed by attractive, disease resistant, peach like foliage. Halls is thought to be a peach-almond cross. The tree grows rapidly to 20 feet and is self-fertile. The thick shelled, strong flavored almonds are good for cooking and eating. It blooms comparatively late for an almond and does very well in the maritime Northwest.