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Olive Tree Large 'Olea Europa' 90/100cm Large Head 17 Litre pot.

Olive Tree Large 'Olea Europa' 90/100cm Large Head 17 Litre pot.

£59.95
Mature 1/4 standard Olive Tree 90/100cm Large Head
Mature 1/4 standard Olive Tree 90/100cm Large Head Mature 1/4 standard Olive Tree 90/100cm Large Head - Potted
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Quick Overview

Perfect statement piece for immediate impact, large trees with chunky stems approximately 90cm tall with a head of approximately 45/50cm

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
81cm - 100cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
17 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
90cm+ ex pot
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Green
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Slow
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Standard Olive Tree Mature 'Olea Europa' 90/100cm+ tall, Excluding Pot Head Size 45/50cm. UK Hardy Trees. Olive trees are a great choice for a Mediterranean themed garden, they add a more rugged look than the formality of a standard Bay Tree. Olive Trees are instantly recognisable and something we associate with warmer climates, however they are very tough plants and will cope admirably with the UK climate. Our trees are grown in Sicily but are fully hardy for th UK climate. Whilst these are tough plants they will thrive with a little bit of help along the way. The most important thing to remember is where they originate, they do not like to much water and certainly not a continually wet area. If planting in the ground ensure it is in a free draining area that does not get waterlogged, if pot planted be sure to add some drainage, a slow release fertiliser should be added in early spring.  

What to expect: Your plant will arrive with a minimum height excluding of pot of 90/100cm, inclusive of pot approximately 120/130 cm, heads are large and bushy. Please note these plants are dispached in a standard brown nuresry pot, picture one, second picture is indicative of how the plant looks planted in our tuscan terracotta pots 

 

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Whilst olive trees require no pruning you may wish to undertake some light pruning to keep the head size in check, this is best done in the milder months, this will avoid frost damage to any new growth which will appear pretty quickly.