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A Prolific Profusion of Pink for Spring!

Fluffy pink flowers blanket this dwarf shrub for a spectacular welcome to the new season, enticing bees and butterflies to flock to its magnificent blooms. 

You probably won’t see the tiny fruits that develop later, but your birds are sure to take notice.  When fall arrives, coppery-yellow tones spice up the landscape for fall. 

Your Pink Flowering Almond is easy to grow.  It is adaptive to a variety of soils, cold hardy to zone 4and is drought tolerant.

Both hardy and delicate at the same time, Pink Flowering Almond really knows how to put on a spring show, and follows it up with so many admirable features, that you won’t want to miss out on its benefits and beauty.

* Spring flowers
* Summer berries attract wildllife
* Fall color


Plant Facts

Family Prunus glandulosa 'Rosa Plea'
Foliage Green
Mature Height 3 - 4 feet
Mature Spread 3 - 4 feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 4-7
Mature Form Upright
Growth Rate Slow
Sun Exposure Full Sun - Partial Sun
Flower Color Pink
Fall Color Copper and Yellow

Pink Flowering Almond.

Rating: 5/5 based on 4 review(s)
  • Starting at: $69.95 - In stock

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Thrilled to Pieces Review by doglady
I bought one early spring, arrived a couple weeks ago. I was so darned cold, I move it in and out of the garage until this weather evens out. It is in full bloom and absolutely gorgeous. I have wanted one of these for years and years. My big problem now - where do I put it? Oh, it is so darned pretty.
Spring Flowers Review by Tom
My neighbor had one that I have admired every spring. It just pops with color and so eye-catching. Of course, I had to order one and add it to my landscape. It is easy to care for and makes a nice green shrub. What a great addition.
Wonderful Pink Almond! Review by Scottielady
I bought this bush and grew it very well in Atlanta, GA for 5 is very hardy for near-drought conditions, extreme heat & clay.I could not bear to part with my bush when I moved, and I successfully transplanted it to N. FL...enjoying it still in sandy soil today.

Flowers beautifully in early Spring (Feb/Mar) with delicate minature pink carnation-like flowers in clusters on the branches. Leaves are medium-green, thin and long. Bush grows rapidly with a spreading outwards and upwards habit. Easily trimmed if desired. Leaves drop in Fall/Winter.

Does not tolerate weed-killer chemicals very well, be careful!!
I need Help and Information. Review by Crestwood
My favorite spring flowering shrub is in trouble. All the old branches are barren after a very icey winter. I have new flowering brances emerging from the ground. Should I prune the barren branches off? They do not seem to be completely dead. My heart is broken..Would appreciate any and all advice. Thanks
<p><strong><font size=1>Answer from Nature Hills:</strong> You can wait a little longer but if you have new shoots maybe your best bet would be to prune the old barren shoots and let the new ones thrive. </p></font><br>

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