Anyone had any success with an almond tree in north west

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  1. Redwing

    Redwing Wild Gardener

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    That was one of those really cold winters as I recall.

    You two are much further north than I am, maybe I should reconsider. Do you know which varieties you grew?
     
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    • Adendoll

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      Robijn on St Julienne rootstock has been successful for us so far
       
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        pete Growing a bit of this and a bit of that....

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        Dont quite understand that statement DR.:scratch::smile:
        Grafted trees are more likely to come up with the goods and I'm guessing if you bought an almond tree at any nursery it will probably be grafted.:smile:
         
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