S Bengi wrote:http://www.lawyernursery.com/productinfo.aspx?productSpecies=Prunus%20tenella
These are wild seedling, which are probably 95% bitter almond aka poisonous.
They are pretty cheap, so someone could do a cultivar selection program.
I do know of a Canadian vendor who has done a bit of selection and offers "sweet" Siberian almond.
It's hard to fight evil. The little things, like a nice sandwich, really helps. Right tiny ad?
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