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Out Of Season Mediterranean Olive Tree

Mediterranean Olive Tree



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Immortalized in the works of great artists for centuries, this ancient ornamental bears small, oblong green olives that ripen to deep, rich black in early to mid fall. Matures to 8-10 ft. tall if kept in a container, but may get bigger if grown in a suitable climate. Self-pollinating and prefers full sun. Zones 8-10. Potted plants.

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Mediterranean Olive Tree
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Product Details
Ship Season: Fall
Items Per Package: For each offer ordered, get 1 potted plant
Height: 8 - 10 feet if planted in containers; larger if grown in suitable climates directly in the ground.
Bloom Time/Days To Maturity: Varies.
Zone: 8 - 10 (hardy to 10 degrees F.).
Sun/Shade: Full sun.
Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR
Spacing: 1 plant per pot. If planted in the ground in zones 8 - 10, space 20 feet apart.
Depth: Plant on the South or West side of a home or building. The warm wall will accelerate the ripening of the fruit.
Spread: 3 - 4 feet in containers, 6 - 8 feet if grown in suitable climates directly in the ground.
Yield: Varies.
Comments: The olive tree is a valued ornamental evergreen tree. Can become quite large in it's natural habitat (Southwest) with the trunk becoming intriguingly irregular and gnarled. The olive is self-fruitful and will bear small, plum-shaped, green fruit beginning in late Summer and ripening to black in early to mid-Fall.
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