Almdond tree at the end of summer, ripe fruits, harvest time

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Almdond tree at the end of summer, ripe fruits, harvest time

By Amy Grant Do you have an almond tree that for one reason or other needs to be moved to another location? Then you’re probably wondering if you can transplant an almond? If so, what are some helpful almond transplant tips? Keep reading to find out how to transplant almond trees and other information on moving an almond tree. Can You Transplant an Almond? Almond trees are related to plums and peaches and, in fact, the growth habit of an almond is similar to that of a peach. Almonds thrive in areas of hot summers and cool winters. Trees are usually sold when they are 1-3 years of age for the simple reason that they are easier to handle at that size, but sometimes transplanting a more mature almond might be in order. Almond Transplanting Tips Generally, transplanting mature trees isn’t recommended. This is because the larger the tree, the

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