Almond blossoms anticipate spring, illuminate the paths and awaken inspiration. Faint, pink or white; delicate, always beautiful.
The almond tree is one of the fruit trees that blooms earlier in our fields. Flowering of almond trees usually begins between the end of January and March. The explanation for this circumstance seems to respond to a strategy of the plant according to which it prefers to assume the risk of losing flowers during a possible frost to the difficulties it would encounter in obtaining the water necessary for the correct ripening of its fruits during the summer.
The color of almond blossoms changes according to the time of flowering, and if it blooms early, it will be almost white, and if it blooms late, it will bloom pink.
Almond blossoms are larger than cherry blossoms. On the other hand, the way the almond tree flowers grow has no floral pattern. The flowers bloom directly on the trunk.