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Arbequina Olive Tree





 
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The olives are small on the Arbequina Olive Tree, but the trees begin bearing early and are planted much denser to gain more cold tolerance. Being self fertile an olive grower can be assured of no pollination problems. As Arbequina Olive trees begin to ripen, various colors begin to appear on green olives progressing from purple to black. In Northern states they can be containerized and grown near an entrance or planted in pots near the pool for that tropical flair, and in Winter just move your olive trees indoors. The olive oil produced from pressing Arbequina is of a high quality and a fruity musky flavor but rather unstable with a short shelf life in some cases.


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Kind of short March 24, 2017
Reviewer: John Surma from Kountze, TX United States  
These were supposed to be five to six feet tall trees. On a good day they reached five feet tall- and these were not pruned prior to shipping.

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Too New to Rate March 21, 2017
Reviewer: John Morris from Monroe, LA United States  
After a trip to Greece, I ordered several olive trees to grow as specimens in pots.  This one should be a good specimen since it has a straight trunk. I am anxious to see what the future holds.

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Small March 15, 2017
Reviewer: maulable from New Orleans, LA United States  
Tiny tree, but doing very well with a lot of new growth.

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My Olive trees March 10, 2017
Reviewer: Grace from NW GA United States  
We LOVE our baby olive trees! They arrived in great condition, packed very well. I hesitated buying them, living in zone 7b, but I put them in large pots to roll into protection if needed. They arrived in such beautiful shape that they barely knew they had been moved. They even have small buds on them! Thank you so much!

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olive tree February 16, 2017
Reviewer: Bill Bracy from Evans, GA United States  
Extremely  satisfied with all of your products an the way you handled my order.

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