Cure your own olives. Choose from a wide selection of varieties. These trees are standard, 12-16 months old, 24"–36" tall from the bottom of the pot to the top of the tree, pencil caliper (⅛"–¼") & come potted. Self-pollenizing, except where noted. Even if a pollenizer is not required, mixing varieties will help increase yields. Evergreen, long-lived, beautiful, and ornamental with soft gray-green foliage. Slow growing to about 25'–30'. 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; provide good drainage.
Generally available from September 15 - March 15
All potted fruit trees ship via FedEx Ground.
We guarantee that potted trees will arrive in good viable condition. If they do not, contact customer service immediately. As they are evergreen they are not subject to the bare-root Limited Replacement Guarantee.
For best success, be sure to choose a tree that will grow in your USDA zone, has an appropriate number of chill hours for your climate. If a pollinator is needed, make sure they're planted within 50 feet of each other and will bloom at the same time. Finally, what are your desired harvest intervals (all at once for canning or spread out for fresh eating)? Enjoy!
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Growing Instructions Included with every order or simply download the PDF on How to Plant Potted Fruit Trees.
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Offer applies to Fig, Pomegranate, Citrus, Olive & Avocado trees. Cannot be combined with bare root fruit or nut trees. Offer valid for the lower 48 states.
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