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The Manzanillo Olive Trees fruit ripens in October and its fruit has a medium range oil content. Manzanillo Olive trees are considered to be moderately cold hardy and have easily survived through temperatures of 12 degrees F in Southern Georgia showing no twig or leaf damage. Not only is the Manzanillo Olive tree cold hardy, but it is resistant to extremely high Summer temperatures and having a built in drought resistance rarely needs watering except by rain.

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1-2ft tall [$18.75]
2-3ft tall - Bearing Size [$32.75]
4-5ft tall [$69.75]
5-6ft tall [$89.75]
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Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 33 Write a review »

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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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Manzanillo olive tree March 20, 2017
Reviewer: Luvenia Hylton from FuquayVarina, NC United States  
received my tree, the leaves started falling off from second day.. now almost bare. I have another tree from a different nursery and no trouble with that one

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Very small March 20, 2017
Reviewer: Harry Kumar from Coral Springs, FL United States  
At least alive! hope it sets in.
Very small,supposed to be 'bearing'
Nursery informed, waiting reply.

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have only been in the ground 5 days March 4, 2017
Reviewer: Ninamarie P. Shinta from Laurens, SC United States  
I was not expecting bare root trees. They

look more like twigs than trees. In the past, I've not had success with bare root plants, even though instructions were followed to the letter. Will see how they do. For now, I am disappointed with this purchase.

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Olive trees February 28, 2017
Reviewer: Joe Wilson from Cottondale, FL United States  
Very disappointed in the olive trees that I purchased.  Not what was expected for a 2 to 3 foot seedling

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