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Almond 'bounty'

Prunus dulcis

bounty is a variety of Almond which is a member of the Prunus family. Its botanical name is Prunus dulcis 'bounty'. bounty is known for growing to a height of approximately 195.00 feet (that's 60.00 metres in metric) with a tree-like habit.

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How to grow Almond 'bounty'

Growing bounty from seed

Transplanting bounty

Harvesting bounty

Almond 'bounty' information

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