Almond
Prunus dulcis
Related to Peach, Apricot, Plum and other stone fruits, Almonds are attractive, medium size trees that are prized for their delicious and nutritious nuts. Our productive varieties are from Crimea and are unique for their late blooming, enabling them to escape damaging spring frosts. Almonds grow to about the the size of a Peach tree and are hardy to about minus 25°F. While somewhat self-fertile, planting two varieties will ensure good crops. Our varieties are grown under license from the Nikita Botanic Garden in Yalta, Ukraine.
Bounty™
Prunus dulcis
A hardy, very late blooming and early ripening variety, Bounty™ bears abundant crops of sweet, large, softshell nuts. 2510
Nikita’s Pride™
Prunus dulcis
Very late blooming, this exceptional variety bears good crops of very large, high-quality, soft-shell nuts. 2518
Oracle™
Prunus dulcis
Very late blooming and early ripening, Oracle™ bears abundant crops of large, sweet, semi-softshell nuts. 2512
Primavera™
Prunus dulcis
This very late blooming and early ripening variety is a productive and reliable producer of sweet, soft-shell nuts. 2505
Seaside™
Prunus dulcis
Very productive,reliable and early ripening, Seaside™ blooms very late in the season and bears good crops of sweet, semi-softshell nuts. 2520
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