Ferraduel almond matures around 20th-25th of August. Early bloom. Good fertility, constant productivity. Resistant to low winter temperatures and late spring frosts. The fruit’s shell is brown, smooth and tough. The nut itself is light brown with slight furrows, buttermilk. Rich on vitamin E, magnesium, calcium and other healthy nutrients for the human body. After fully matured and harvested, Ferraduel almonds are se to dry and storaged in cool, dark, dry and airy spaces for a long period of time. The almonds can be consumed raw or baked.