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self pollinating almond

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Hi I have a self pollinating almond I planted last year as a bare root. It has not flowered. I think it may be in too shady a spot. Any advice? Should I wait until winter and replant in a sunnier spot? Also does anyone know how big they grow. tks SG
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Julie says...
I was told they grow to about three metres. But you can prune it if you want it smaller.

Maybe it will flower for you next spring - you haven't had it long. And yes, almonds need sun.
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