Fresh almond flowers closeup, Majorca, Balearic islands, Spain in February. The almond tree is the first plant to blossom after the winter.

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Fresh almond flowers closeup, Majorca, Balearic islands, Spain in February. The almond tree is the first plant to blossom after the winter.

By Liz Baessler Almond trees are wonderful assets to have in the garden or orchard. Store bought nuts don’t come cheap, and having your own personal tree is a fantastic way to always have almonds on hand without breaking the bank. But what do you do if your beloved tree isn’t flowering, let alone producing nuts? Keep reading to learn more about what to do when your almond tree won’t bloom. Reasons for an Almond Tree Not Blooming There are a few possible causes for no flowers on almond trees. One very simple one is that your tree is having an off year. If you experienced a bumper crop last year, this means your tree put more energy into producing fruit than setting new buds. This is perfectly natural and fine, and it shouldn’t be a problem next year. Another common reason is improper pruning. Almonds bloom on the previous

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