September 9th Almond tree grows mainly in the wild, in mountainous areas. About 40 almond trees and shrubs are known, 4 of which are widespread in Azerbaijan. There are two types of almonds, sweet and bitter. As the territory of Keshikchidagh caves complex is mountainous, bitter almond tree dominates among the plants growing here. The relief, climatic conditions and the fact that these trees are more resistant to drought allow to establish almond orchardas ( subsidiary farms) in the reserve by conducting scientific research and protecting the cultural layer. It is very useful in increasing the body’s resistance and healing wounds. Lowers blood pressure, reduces the risk in diabetics. Regulates blood sugar levels. Has a positive effect on physical and mental fatigue. Although bitter almonds have a cough-relieving effect, overeating can cause poisoning.