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Nonpareil Almond Tree

Prunus dulcis Nonpareil

The Nonpareil almond tree produces high quality kernels that are sweet, smooth and excellent. This is also self-incompatible and will pollinate well with the Peerless variety. This tree can produce up to 5kg of fruit. This is a great choice for the home garden as the fruit is very high-quality.

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SKU: ALM001-NON Category:

Position

Plant your almond trees in full sun with at least 4 metres of space all around for future growth.

Size

These trees will grow to a height of between 4 and 6 metres. They will fruit after 2 years and reach full fertility at 4 years.

Soil Type

Almond trees grow in all soil types, including chalky soil. At Just Berry Plants, we stock volcanic rock dust, which contains organic minerals and trace elements to create healthy soil and increase important micro-organisms in the ground.

Mulch

All fruit trees thrive if they are protected with good-quality mulch. Generous servings of pine bark and green pine needles spread around the trunk of the tree help eradicate weeds, bring the pH down slightly, and protect the roots from the harsh UV sun rays. Mulch also helps to keep the roots damp. But, be careful not to apply mulch too close to the tree trunk, as the water it retains can cause the trunk to rot.

Watering

The almond tree roots do not like to be waterlogged. A good soaking every 4 to 5 days in spring and summer is preferable.

Fertilising

Boron is recommended when planting your almond tree. Use our slow-release nitrogen-rich all plant fertiliser. Apply 1 teaspoon every 4-5 months.

Pruning

Prune dead branches in winter. Maintain a V-shape in the canopy to allow for better light penetration.

Pests

Watch out for borer worms, as they will attack the hardwood trunk of the tree. Even young trees are at risk.

Harvesting

Flower buds open before the leaf buds in spring. Blossoms last about 2 weeks and the fruit develops in mid-summer. The inner shell completes its development 3 months after blossoming. Harvesting takes place in February and March. Almond trees will give maximum yield at 7 to 9 years old, and can produce for up to 40 years.

Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 150 cm
Weight

5

Length

15

Width

15

Height

100

Packaging Type

xlarge_parcel

Maximum

5

Packaging Type 1

large_parcel

Maximum 1

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Packaging Type 2

medium_parcel

Maximum 2

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Packaging Type 3

flyer_size

Maximum 3

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