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Self Fertile Almond Ingrid (Prunus persicoides Ingrid) Various Rootstocks, 2-3 years old *** FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY ***  
Self Fertile Almond Ingrid (Prunus persicoides Ingrid) Various Rootstocks, 2-3 years old *** FREE UK MAINLAND DELIVERY ***
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Rootstock Qty
St Julien A Bush Grows to 3.5m (12L) * default  

Almond Performance
Although you can plant Almonds in the majority of the UK, you will get slightly better results in the South East.  

All fruit trees certified virus free with a FREE FRUIT TREE WARRANTY. Most are UK seeds/grown with up to 4 years root and 2 years tree growth or more. Smaller rootstocks can bear fruit the first year. Looking to buy several fruit trees? Click here for our FREE FRUIT TREE OFFERAll basic pruning requirements completed before delivery.

Almond Ingrid Click The Link For Cheaper Bare Root Almond Ingrid

Ingrid Almond is a reliable cropper provided you plant in a sheltered position.The pink blossom in Spring is very eye catching but may need protecting from frost if it blooms early.

If you want to increase crop size consider hand pollination (using a brush to paint pollen from flower to flower) and/or plant a separate variety or Almond in the garden. Do not plant near peach trees as cross pollination may occur resulting in your crop of Almonds being bitter. Ingrid Almond has reasonable leaf curl resistance properties. 

Fruits in September and ultimate height of 3 metres although manual pruning can keep this height down.  

What Our Customers Are Saying About Our Almond Ingrid Trees

October 2013:  Almond Ingrid arrived ok, thank you and is looking good.No trouble of any kind with the courier - faster than expected, in fact. all the best Gareth

September 2013: i found business with you very good, delivery spot on and i love how you write your blogs. i struggle that i have no reciept to put through my business but i have my credit card reciept. i will endevor to send u pics as we are well pleased but like you eating and working on the hoof glad you bothered to follow up and i will use again and will put a very well done on your web site many thanks blackhut lake...editors note: invoices and receipts are available through your online account or we can email a copy on request.   

August 2012: Good Morning Senior DB. My beautiful Almond Tree arrived all safe and very well and has been named Anna (she sends her best wishes). Loved your website very easy to navigate, love the sense of humour you have it makes such a refreshing change and also makes you smile, encouraging everyone to buy even the smallest weed from you. E. Newland.  

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Fruit Tree Life Expectancy
Most fruit trees will give you AT LEAST 40 years of fruit. Pears can go to 70. Records of 200 year old trees exist but this is the exception, not the rule.

Almond Rootstocks Explained

Us in the tree trade like to use words that summarise characteristics of the Almond tree and make zero sense to normal average people. This makes us feel very important, especially when we have to explain what each and every term means because none of it follows any sort of logic. So we write the following explanation with a reluctant pen (or keyboard in this case) and hope that you appreciate just how unimportant we now feel by sharing this knowledge with you. For those that didn't pick up on the humour, we didn't invent these terms, they were imposed upon us. We tried ordering from our suppliers "that nutty tree in the biggish pot with nice green leaves in summer" but they refused to deal with us until we spoke to them properly! 

Each Almond tree has several different options. These are explained below. 

Almond Glossary 

Bare root: Only available from November to March. Exact start and end dates dictated by the weather. Tree is delivered with no earth around the Almond roots and is covered by a bag or sack. Roots to be kept moist if not planted straight away. Plant before end of March. Usually 20-50% cheaper than containerised equivalent. If you buy a bare root tree outside of November to March, we will save the order and send it to you at the start of the next season. Usually supplied at between 1-2m tall.  

7L or 12L etc: Size in litres that the pot will be delivered in. 

Maiden: The Almond tree is only 1 year old but the roots will be at least 1-2 years old. If you want to prune the tree to the exact shape and configuration you want e.g. Cordon, Espalier, Fan trained then a maiden Almond is a good choice. 

Self Fertile: If an Almond tree, or any other tree for that matter, is described as being self-fertile then it means it will produce fruit without the need of another similar tree nearby. So in summary, if this tree was sectioned under the mental health act and was confined to solitary confinement, it would still produce Almonds. 

St Julien A: This describes the root stock the Apricot tree was grown on and how high it will grow under favourable conditions. A St Julien A Apricot tree will grow to around 3.5 metres.

Torinel: An Apricot tree grown on a Torinel root stock will grow to around 3 metres under favourable conditions. 

Bush: This describes the shape of the tree. A bush will have the main branches starting much lower down the trunk.  

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