Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)
Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)

Halls Hardy Almond Tree - Cold tolerant almond tree! (2 years old and 3-4 feet tall)

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The most attractive quality of Halls Hardy is its unique cold tolerance for an almond tree, living through temperatures down to -20° F! The shape, flavor, color, flowers, and overall appearance of Halls Hardy are all wholly unique, in fact many landscaping professionals plant this tree solely for ornamental purposes due to its extraordinary beauty. The almonds produced by a Halls Hardy tree are unlike any other. They are smaller than average, but also more abundant, with thicker shells that protect them from harsh climates and hungry wildlife. After their harvest, Halls Hardy almonds are an excellent choice for home-brewing your own Almond Extract! Some believe these almonds to be inedible due to their bitterness when fresh, but that bitter flavor is precisely what is needed to produce top-notch Almond Extract.Halls Hardy is another self-pollinating almond tree, so there’s no need for a second variety to produce fresh and homegrown almonds. Halls Hardy is another self-pollinating almond tree, so there’s no need for a second variety to homegrow your own organic almonds!

What’s great about the Halls Hardy Almond?

- Cold tolerant down to -20° F!

- Many landscaping professionals plant this tree solely for ornamental purposes due to its extraordinary beauty.

- Halls Hardy is a heavy producer.

- Halls Hardy almonds are an excellent choice for home-brewing your own Almond Extract! 

- Halls Hardy is self-pollinating!