Olive
Olea europea
This surprisingly hardy, small evergreen tree grows slowly and is happy in a container on a deck or patio. Olive trees feature attractive, grayish-green foliage and are prized for their abundant crops of tasty fruit. Olives begin ripening in October and must be processed before eating. Olives are hardy to around 8°F.
Arbequina
Olea europaea
This very attractive, naturally compact tree is self-fertile and early ripening, A prized Spanish variety, Arbequina often begins bearing the year after planting and makes gourmet quality olives and oil. 4040
Black Pearl™
Olea europaea
Black Pearl™ is prized for its tasty, early ripening fruit, great for making both green and black Olives. Plant Black Pearl™ with another Olive variety for cross-pollination. 4052
Harvest Joy™
Olea europea
Harvest Joy™ is prized for its abundant crops of large, tasty fruit. 4043
Leccino
Olea europaea
This hardy, unique and classic Italian variety is prized for its attractive, semi-weeping form and its early ripening, large and tasty fruit. Plant Leccino with another Olive variety for cross-pollination. 4046
Premier™
Olea europea
Premier™ is valued for its good crops of very large, tasty Olives. 4047
Star of Crimea™
Olea europaea
This new and promising variety is prized for its flavorful, early ripening fruit. 4056
Universal™
Olea europaea
Universal™ is prized for its abundant crops of large, green olives and for oil production. 4058
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