A rapidly growing tree to 15-18 ft. with showy pink blooms and dense foliage. Begins production often in the third year and will produce 12-15 lbs. of nuts at maturity. Nuts mature in September. Self-fertile.
Recent research has uncovered the health benefits of almonds. Studies show, eating a handful of almonds a day can help lower "bad" cholesterol, and that they are an excellent source of fiber, vitamin E and potassium as well as protein. Eating almonds as a snack can also help satisfy hunger and help with weight management.
NOTE: We are unable to ship our trees to PO Boxes at this time.