Almond Tree

Prunus dulcis, also known as the almond tree, is a deciduous tree that belongs to the rose family. It is native to the Middle East and produces edible almonds that are used for food and oil production. The tree grows up to 30 feet tall, with white to pinkish flowers that bloom in early spring before the leaves appear. The almonds are harvested in late summer or early fall when the fruit has dried and split open. The tree is also valued for its ornamental qualities, making it a popular choice for landscaping.

Almond Tree

(Prunus dulcis)



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