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All-In-One Almond

Item #140215, Bare-root. Ships 3 - 4' tall with a 3/8" trunk.
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Grow heart-healthy almonds at home. This hearty tree bears healthy crops of delicious, soft-shelled nuts with the crisp, gourmet flavor of California almonds. Heat-tolerant. Matures to be 12–15' tall, 15–20' wide. Ripens in early September. Self-pollinating.

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Bloom Color Pink, White
Fruit Color Brown
Fruit Size Medium - Large
Pollination Self-Pollinating
Ripens/Harvest September
Shade/Sun Full Sun
Soil Composition Loamy
Soil Moisture Well Drained
Soil pH Level 6.0 - 7.0
Taste Sweet
Texture Firm, Crisp
Years to Bear 3 - 4
Zone Range 5 - 9

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 5 - 9
My Hardiness Zone ?
The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.


This variety is self pollinating.

In many cases, you may still want to plant pollinating partners to increase the size of your crops, but with self-pollinating varieties doing so is optional. You'll get fruit with only one plant!

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

Planting & Care

Learn all about how to grow almond trees in The Growing Guide. An entire section of our website dedicated to your growing success.

Shipping Information

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Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Stark Bro's Store
I love almonds
Old Goat on Mar 8, 2021
We are building our orchard. This almond fits our growing zone and is available.
Kathleen D on Feb 25, 2021
I love almonds
Old Goat on Mar 8, 2021
We have 1 almond and want to have 2.
Betsy A on Mar 6, 2021
We are building our orchard. This almond fits our growing zone and is available.
Kathleen D on Feb 25, 2021
Crystal helped me select this for my location and type of tree I was looking for
Todd R on Feb 17, 2021
Ease of growing, self pollinating, height is great, and harvest is easy.
Lee A on May 21, 2017
Already bought one from stark bros and it's doing amazing! Wanted to ensure a large crop when they start to bear nuts.
Angela C on Apr 15, 2017
Its size (I wanted a tree that would fit my landscape) and its ability to self pollinate.
Christopher G on Mar 4, 2017
A gift to my brother's family. They are ardent almond eaters.
DAVID D on Nov 2, 2016
I choose this because it doesn't need a pollinator to produce almonds.
LINDA F on Aug 28, 2016
The blooms for my honey bees :)
Danielle D on Jun 4, 2016
This is the tree we should have bought last year as the Hall's hearty tree is semi-bitter.
Brian E on May 26, 2016
first of all the blossoms but if I get some almonds that would be a bonus.
John H on May 18, 2016
It's small size and ability to grow in my zone. Can't wait for the plethora of almonds!
Joan W on Apr 28, 2016
Wanted to include a nut tree for protein in the garden along with fruit trees.
Nina W on Apr 13, 2016
Flowers and fragrance. ..
TRUNG D on Apr 11, 2016
semi dwarf size and something slightly different to go with my Halls Hardy Almonds.
STEVEN B on Apr 8, 2016
I want to include in my BYO some healthy protein that will bear in a few years and keep to a manageable size.
Duane on Mar 29, 2016
I love nuts and have always wanted my very own tree. Seems this is a great option of a tree that will tolerate the Arizona heat.
Griselda A on Mar 23, 2016
No need for a pollinator in a small yard and almonds are just delicious. I love almonds.
JOE P on Mar 13, 2016
it makes a pretty tree for the yard and has beautiful blooms
Betty H on Mar 11, 2016
We have 1 almond and want to have 2.
Betsy A on Mar 6, 2021
Crystal helped me select this for my location and type of tree I was looking for
Todd R on Feb 17, 2021
My All in One Almond tree throws up a lot of suckers. Is this normal and how do I deal with them?
RYAN S on Apr 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The product to which Mr. Miller refers is called Sucker Punch. Here's a link to the product page. //
How old is your bare root all in one almond tree?
Talia M on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question! Our almond trees are two years old when we ship them out.
You seem to be the only source for Almond trees that believes they will grow in my location. Even though I'm in zone 7b temperature wise, I've read that almonds prefer an arid climate. In North Carolina we have lots of humidity. Are you SURE they'll do well here? Thanks, Susan
susan p on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is incorrect. I bought an almond tree because of the statement that it will successfully grow anywhere peaches grow. This is wrong. I live in SW Missouri, and there is no way. My almond tree struggles to grow even an inch a year, and will never bloom and have almonds. Some years it leafs out 1st week of March only to get whapped with several hard killing frosts.
Is this almond considered a 'sweet' almond?
Jim c on Feb 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: All-in-One almond is considered a sweet variety.
Does this tree produce white blooms with pink centers or just all pink?
Christina A on Mar 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The blossoms are mostly pink, but it's a pale pink that can almost seem white from a distance. There is some darker pink at the center.
How do you harvest almonds before the squirrels?
Ros H on Sep 18, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Put bird netting over the tree that way the squirrels can't get the nuts.
What is the yield of all in one almond?
Lyle B on Feb 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Depending upon the weather conditions, water, available food and soil fertility, this tree can produce 20+ pounds of almonds at maturity.
I have a small back yard. can i still plant this tree with some wires. I live in a small town?
Kim H on Feb 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kim, I have planted my AllOne Almond in the same hole with a fuji
apple tree and a Honey Crisp Apple tree. These different trees flower and produce at different times of the year. I will keep all three pruned to about 6' - 7' for easy maintenance. This means I do a heavy pruning in January and the occasional pruning during the growing season to keep the size I want.

So the simple answer is yes, you can grow it in a small backyard by keeping it pruned to the size that fits.
Can you container grow these trees?
Melanie S on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unless it's a dwarf, I wouldn't advise it. However if you try it, use an extra large container to accommodate the root growth which would easily exceed the capacity of a small or medium size container.
Do I have to spray for disease or bugs?
roger on Oct 27, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Roger I got my tree last February 2016 and I haven't had the need to spray. It's held up really well here in Southern California
if planting two almonds is it better to plant 2 "all in ones" or one of each? and one Hardy variety
Randy on Apr 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The All-In-One Almond is self-pollinating and doesn't need another tree to bear a crop, but it will produce more/larger almonds with a pollinator of a different variety that has similar bloom time.
What is the difference between your 2 almond trees?
Tony H on Apr 16, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hall's Hardy has large, hard-shell nuts that give way to bittersweet kernels. Matures to be 15???20' tall, 10???15' wide. Ripens in late September. The All-In-One Almond bears healthy crops of delicious, soft-shelled nuts with the crisp, gourmet flavor of California almonds. Heat-tolerant. Matures to be 12???15' tall, 15???20' wide. Ripens in early September. The basic differences are the hardness of the shell and the flavor. The almonds you are probably accustomed to eating are the All-in-One.
Can you tell me what the chill hour requirements are for this almond tree?
Juan C on Jan 20, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question! The estimated chill hours requirement for All-In-One Almond is 300-400 hours below 45??F.
I live in deep south Texas,zone 9 will It produce fruit here?
Kristy C on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Kristy, Almond trees are similar to peach trees. If you have enough cold hour
s in zone 9 to allow the peach tree to bloom, you should be able to grow Almonds.
Which variety of almond tree would be best for making almond milk?
washbear on May 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: A sweet almond variety like this All-in-One will produce the almonds you'd want to use in making almond milk. I wouldn't recommend the Hall's Hardy variety, since it is half almond/half peach (a natural cross, not genetically engineered) and its almonds have a different taste, more reminiscent of bitter almonds.
How and when should they be pruned?
Dan H on Feb 10, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. Pruning is a very important part of proper tree care, but many people find the task overwhelming. It doesn???t have to be! Check out our Growing Guide section on pruning almond trees.


If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
When do blossoms appear?
Anita H on Feb 5, 2020
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. This almond usually blooms in March.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
When will the almond tree be ready for shipment?
Sheryl A on Nov 24, 2019
BEST ANSWER: We appreciate you reaching out to us. They might be available this coming spring but supplies are limited so make sure you don't miss out next time by having us automatically notify you when it becomes available again.

If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Have a great day!
My zone is 7b my altitude is 6300 will the all i one almond survive at this altitude ?
C C on Aug 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: We have many customers who have successfully grown this tree at high altitudes
What exposure does the tree need?
Walter B on Sep 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The all in one needs full sun in well drained soil. They are a thirsty tree though. Best of Luck
which almond tree do you recommend for making almond flour?
Sherry S on Aug 11, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Any almond tree (aside from ones that mostly just flower) will produce almonds suitable for almond flour, but a) you will want to pick the one best suited to your climate, keeping in mind that almonds won't thrive anywhere with harsh winters OR in tropical areas (they need some cold) and b) it will take several years to produce a reasonable crop of almonds.
Will almonds and peaches cross pollinate?
beesnwords on Nov 12, 2017
BEST ANSWER: While they are in the same genus, they are not the same species and will not cross-pollinate.
Do these almonds need to be boiled before eating to prevent cyanide poisoning?
Angel Y on Apr 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Sweet almonds like the All-in-One variety, do not need to be boiled prior to consumption, but some folks like to boil all almonds prior to drying them anyway as part of the preparation process.
Does this produce immature green almonds?
NnjSI on Apr 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Green almonds are simply almonds that are harvested prior to the kernels maturing, so any almond variety can produce them.
Do I have to boil the nuts before I can eat them?
Dee Dee J on Aug 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, you can graze in the orchard if you wish... I do!
Area these salt tolerant? I live in coastal South Carolina on a salt marsh in Beaufort County
Ellie on Jul 18, 2019

Customer Reviews

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Love the Almond Tree!
My little granddaughter and I enjoy gardening together, and our yard wide project is "edible landscaping ". As we add or replace plantings, we try to find a specimen that is food bearing to use instead of ornamentals. We decided to fill an awkward space just off the front porch with a largish garden so it wouldn't need mowing anymore. We wanted the look of a dogwood tree as the centerpiece and anchor for this space. The pretty little All-in-One Almond, with its delicate pink flowers is the perfect food bearing alternative. It arrived healthy and it seems very happy in the slightly sheltered corner. We have gone through two winters, and it has perked right back up each spring! It came at about four foot tall, which was perfect. Our property has a limestone shelf running under it, making digging down any more than a foot or two almost impossible. We've put in a number of trees, but they all started out quite small, allowing their roots to find their own way through. Several of the trees we've planted did not do well, so we were very happy the Almond has remained very healthy and is now about ten-twelve feet tall! I searched for two years for this tree! I'd read about it, but it is not available locally, and the other catalogs only had larger trees. I'm very glad my Stark catalog arrived that Spring, even though I have no idea how I got on your mailing list. My granddaughter and her Daddy are currently stationed halfway around the world for a few years. The Almond should just be getting ready to produce its first crop of nuts right around the time she gets home. I'm sure, for her first Spring back, she'll have a blast picking out more things from your catalog than our yard can possibly hold! Thank you.
May 10, 2016
over 6 years ago
Did not survive 2 years
Sadly this tree did not do well. It had very weak growth in the first year and was completely dead this spring. I also purchased and planted a Hall's Hardy Almond at the same time as this one, and the same thing happened to that one. I'm in mid-Michigan (zone 5b) which is technically OK for this tree as peaches thrive here, but perhaps the winter is just too rough on almonds.
May 12, 2016
over 6 years ago
Good quality
I have been ordering plants from stark brother's for about 3 years. I'm continually impressed with the quality. My all in one almond has only been the ground for about 5 months. With spring around the corner it's showing it's new buds and is ready to grow. I decided not to give a 5 star review based off the fact that it is a number of years from fruiting, so I won't be able to tell the quality of the almonds until then. I exclusively use stark brother based on quality and selection
March 4, 2016
over 5 years ago
Great tree
The tree broke dormancy and began to produce buds within the first week * with a little help from my tea mixture. This is one of 7 trees I've purchased from Stark Bros and they ALL are budding already in a week's time. I've found my lifetime plant vendor. I've not found any company that has better trees/plants. Thank you for such quality products. Note: I purchased a persimmon tree from another vendor last fall and it still looks like a stick. I'm going to order another one from Stark Bros...just to be safe.
March 26, 2016
Florida weather
Plant did not survive in Florida heat, may be the wrong plant
August 24, 2016
over 5 years ago
Good so far.
Arrived as part of a fall order, planted them right away and they took right off, kept most of their foliage through the few frosts we had and seem to be coming back to life.
March 13, 2016
over 5 years ago
Growing beautifully!
The tree is thriving. The blooms are wonderful. It is too early for any almonds.
May 22, 2016
over 5 years ago
Second time is a charm
I ordered this tree in March 2016. The first one I received did not do well, and after 2 months - completely died. I contacted Stark Bros right away and they sent me a replacement. This replacement tree grew well during the rest of the year. Now, March 2017, the tree actually had its first blooms! It has been in the ground less than a year. Growth is excellent. I am very happy with this tree and even happier with Stark Bros.
March 11, 2017
over 5 years ago
Love the Almond
The tree arrived in Excellent shape, it was already pruned and all I needed to do was put it in the ground.
I am looking forward to seeing the blooms this spring and I'm anxious to find out how soon before I actually get my first harvest.
I would recommend this tree to anyone who would like to grow Almonds.
March 3, 2016
over 5 years ago
Over acheiver
This little tree was only planted about a week ago and is already full of leaves. Out of all the many trees I purchased, it is growing the fastest. Cannot wait for it to be big enough to produce.
April 22, 2016