Olive Tree Meditteranean 35L

SKU: 508195
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Product Description

Olive trees look great in a variety of containers and add a touch of the Mediterranean to a sunny garden, patio or conservatory. The gnarly bark and greyish-green leaves look great all year round. Older trees may bear fruit.

  • Evergreen for year round interest.
  • Looks great in containers.
  • Perfect for a sunny terrace or patio.
  • Older trees may bear fruit.

Product Details

Colour of flower
White
Care instructions
To produce fruit the tree needs to have 2 months below 10C.
Hardiness
Requires protection below 0C. Tolerant of low temperatures but will not survive being frozen.
Planting instructions
Plant any time in unfrozen soil. Protect young tree with a stake. Shelter from strong, cold winds.
Planting position
Needs sun part of the day. Shelter from strong, cold winds.
Rate of growth
Slow rate of growth.
RHS Award of Garden Merit
No
Soil type
Prefers well drained soil, multi-purpose compost with John Innes and general purpose fertiliser.
Latin name
Olea europaea
Eventual dimensions
approx 10m
Pot size
40L
Watering instructions
Keep well watered in containers. Feed monthly with a liquid feed from April to August.
Deciduous
Evergreen - Retains leaves in Autumn and Winter.
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