Almond trees can grow to 15 feet tall and produce ample amounts of thick-shelled nuts. The tree has beautiful spring blossoms that contain almond nuts when petals fall off. The tree is not self-pollinating, therefore it needs to be exposed to another almond tree and will be able to produce a harvest in three to five years.
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