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Kalamata Olive Tree (Standard) (Potted) - FT760

Kalamata Olive Tree (Standard) (Potted) Kalamata Olive Tree (Standard) Kalamata Olive Tree (Standard)
Curing Olives

Curing Olives

Planting Olives

Planting Olives

  • Up to 6 potted trees may be combined in a single package, but cannot be combined with other items.
  • Not registered for sale in: AK, HI, PR, VI, GU
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Use for Greek-Style Black Olives

  • Country of Origin: Greece
  • Zones: 10
  • Looks: A tree of strong vigor with an erect habit and canopy of medium density.
  • Personality: While it makes excellent oil it is chiefly grown for Greek style black olives. It is freestone with a good pit to pulp ratio.
  • Facts of note: Productivity is high but alternate-bearing. Flowering is intermediate. Beginning of bearing is intermediate. Overall this variety is of medium hardiness. This variety is resistant to cold but sensitive to excessively hot climates. Somewhat susceptible to olive leaf spot and verticillium wilt but resistant to olive knot. This variety is grafted onto a Frantoio rootstock.
  • Pollenizer: Self-fruitful

Photos by Santa Cruz Olive Tree Nursery

Olive trees come potted and are self-fruitful (produce both male and female flowers on the same tree). Even if a pollenizer is not required, mixing varieties may help increase yields. See suggested trees under "Pollenizer" for each variety. Evergreen, long-lived, beautiful ornamental with soft gray-green foliage. The ideal time of year to plant olives is in early fall. Alternately early spring is another good time of year to plant olives. The slow growing trees reach about 25’–30’ in maturity.

Thrives in hot summers but will tolerate coastal regions too. Winter temperatures shouldn’t drop below 22°–25°F (green fruit will be damaged at 32°F), but average winter temperatures above 50°F will inhibit fruiting. Drought resistant trees grow in alkaline soils with little fertilization. Plan your planting location to provide good drainage.

The potted trees will be about 18"-36” tall from the bottom of the pot to the top of the tree, approximately 1/8”–1/4” diameter (measured just above the graft).

We guarantee that potted trees will arrive in good viable condition. If they do not, contact Customer Service immediately. As they are evergreen and thus not dormant, they are not subject to the Bare-Root Limited Replacement Guarantee.

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September 5, 2014 - Peaceful Valley
You can see it all now—it’s a sunny day and you’re sitting at a wooden table in your olive grove, eating olives and crusty bread, and drinking wine with your friends and family. You grew… read more »
October 5, 2012 - Kelly from Peaceful Valley