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Large Olive Tree in Terra Cotta Pot

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Enjoy fresh olives grown from your yard or house for years to come. Large European olive tree has a lifespan of up to hundreds of years and comec in a terra cotta pot. After flowering in spring, the evergreen will produce black fruit. A complex curing...Read More

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ECO-FRIENDLY Enjoy fresh olives grown from your yard or house for years to come. Large European olive tree has a lifespan of up to hundreds of years and comec in a terra cotta pot.

After flowering in spring, the evergreen will produce black fruit. A complex curing process must be completed before the fruit is edible. Grown in the USA.

Instructions: Water the plant immediately upon arrival. Let the soil dry slightly between watering. Plant in partial shade outdoors in a pot, or full sun outdoors in the ground. Bring indoors in temperatures below 15°F. Place in a sunny spot by an open window indoors.

Unfortunately we are unable to ship this item to Alaska or Hawaii.

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  • Includes: Large European olive tree in terra cotta pot
  • Care: Water regularly and do not allow to dry out
BENEFITS:
  • Grow delicious olives from the comfort of your home.
  • Tree’s lifespan is up to hundreds of years.
  • Grown in the USA.
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I've had these same olive trees for 6 years and I went away for two weeks. They weren't watered and I lost one! It was my fault so I'm ordering them again for my two kitchen windows because they looks so beautiful there!
kristen h on Apr 9, 2016
I've had these same olive trees for 6 years and I went away for two weeks. They weren't watered and I lost one! It was my fault so I'm ordering them again for my two kitchen windows because they looks so beautiful there!
kristen h on Apr 9, 2016
Excited to own a real olive tree!
Tina Meade on Sep 15, 2014
Excited to own a real olive tree!
Tina Meade on Sep 15, 2014
What variety is your $49.95 priced ""tall olive tree""? Is it also an arbequina olive tree
A shopper on Feb 10, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Enjoy fresh olives grown from your yard or house for years to come. Large European olive tree has a lifespan of up to hundreds of years and comec in a terra cotta pot.After flowering in spring, the evergreen will produce black fruit. A complex curing process must be completed before the fruit is edible. Grown in the USAThis is a European Olive tree. The actual name for this variety is Olea Europaea. This tree does bear fruit after about three years
what is the size of the pot?
Lina B on Mar 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Pot Size: 6.5"
What size is the tree?
Tina Meade on Sep 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This olive tree is 17" tall & 4 1/2lbs.
Can the olive tree be kept indoors?

It would be in an area that gets a lot of sun most of the day.
A shopper on Apr 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can. In fact, it is recommended that you bring it indoors in temperatures below 15 degrees F. Just be sure to place it in a sunny spot by an open window indoors
 

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