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Russian almond, also known as dwarf almond, is a densely suckering shrub which may reach a height of 6 feet (180 cm). It is an upright shrub with smooth twigs and lustrous green, narrow leaves which are 1½ to 2¾ inches in length. The leaves are simple and have a sawtoothed margin. The pink flowers are grouped in one to three blossoms, about ¾ inch across, and appear in early May at Bismarck, ND. The fruit is an ovoid nut with a hard, hairy shell, which usually ripens by the end of August. An average to good seed crop can be expected each year. (Picture courtesy of NRCS)

Almond, Russian 'Regal'

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