Hall’s Hardy Almond Tree
Hall’s Hardy Almond heralds Spring with a generous perfusion of pale pink flowers, followed by large, hard-shelled, bitter-sweet nuts. Hall’s Hardy Almond is the best adapted cultivar for production in the Pacific Northwest.
*Since this variety is a peach and almond hybrid, it is highly recommended to boil almonds to remove any toxins prior to consuming.
Latin Name: Prunus dulcis
Site and Soil: Almonds like full to 1/2 day sun and well-drained soil.
RootstockDescription: Our Almonds are grafted on Lovell Peach rootstock. Lovell Peach is well adapted to different soil types.
Pollination Requirements: Almonds are partially self-fertile. Plant with another variety for cross pollination and larger crops.
Hardiness: Almonds are hardy to minus 20°F or below.
Bearing Age: 2-3 years after planting
Size at Maturity: 10-12 ft. in height
Shell Type: Hard-shelled
Flower Color: Pale pink
Bloom Time: March-April
Ripening Time: September-October
Yield: 20+ lbs.
USDA Zone: 5-9