OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea
OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea

OLIVIER OLIVE TREE - Oleacea europaea

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THIS!... is the first genesis fruit trees "OLIVE TREES" from the Oleacea europaea family !

Ahhhh … the fabulous olive tree! There’s a handful of reasons these beauties were one of the first fruit trees cultivated in ancient times and why they still remain so popular with homeowners for both their fruits and as an ornamental tree. Oliiiive Oil :)

! Plz note we growth in province of Quebec so the rendering of the plant may vary depending on the time of year !

*See our HAPPY ROOTZ Growing System solutions for awesome potted plants...

Crooks & Features

  • Botanical name: Oleacea europaea
  • Native grown in mediterrannean area
  • Height at maturity: 4 m
  • Width at maturity: 4 m
  • Fruit ColorYellow greenish or Violet reddish fruit with amber or purple flesh
  • Self-pollinating. Ready to eat around August to September (Montréal Area)
  • Potted grown in QUEBEC
  • Actual rendering: Approximately 12 to 22 inch (30 to 50 cm) in overall height, from bottom of coco coir pot to top leaf
  • Fully grown, Alive & Healthy
  • Grower's difficulty level (1/5): Low maintenance and easy for fruit tree beginner!

Cares

Place you potted grown olive trees in a spot that receives at least minimum 6 hours of direct full sunlight each day. Make sure to not over water olive trees. Only water when the top soil have dried out completely several inches (10 to 12 cm) - when it comes to olives, it's better to water too little than too much. Here our complete CARE GUIDE for potted plants & trees...

Still even more features ?

They're also historically important: their cultivation dates back millennia, and they're written into the Mediterranean culinary canon. Olive trees are some of the oldest trees ever harvested by humans, a practice that dates back more than 8,000 years. Today, olives are grown both for their oil and their fruit. "In general, the darker the olive, the riper it was when it was plucked from the tree."