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Arbequina Olive Potted Kit

Item #134579


Harvest your own olives from a space-saving, container-grown tree. This kit comes with one Arbequina Olive tree and includes one 10-inch pot and saucer – perfectly suited to accommodating your new olive tree’s root system with room to grow. Pot and saucer are made of durable, crack- and chip-resistant resin. Lightweight and resistant to fading.

  • Shipped greenhouse-grown, 6-12 inch (or taller) plants.
  • Matures around 8-10 feet tall, but can be kept smaller by pruning.

Zone Compatibility

This Variety's Zone Range 7 - 9
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The USDA hardiness zones offer a guide to varieties that will grow well in certain climates. Each zone corresponds to the minimum winter temperatures experienced in a given area. Make sure that your hardiness zone lies within the zone compatability range of this variety before ordering.

Tools & Supplies

Having the proper tools and supplies when growing your own can make the difference between a good harvest and a great harvest! Here's a list that our experts recommend for this variety.

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Why did you choose this?
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I did a lot of research and decided that you had the olive tree I always wanted.
Walter K on Sep 28, 2016
I did a lot of research and decided that you had the olive tree I always wanted.
Walter K on Sep 28, 2016
Always wanted to have an Olive tree in my backyard
Jan M on Feb 27, 2016
Always wanted to have an Olive tree in my backyard
Jan M on Feb 27, 2016
Thank you for answering my question on potting soil to use with my purchase of an olive tree. I was also wondering what is best to use to feed the tree and do you keep the plant in the house under a grow light?
John W on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I keep the plant by a window and it really likes it best. I did have it under a grow lamp dring the long winter but it didnt really do much until i repotted it with much looser potting soil and placed it in the window did it really take off. I occasionally mist it with water from a spray bottle. Havent fed it anything.
Will this olive tree grow inside? Is it poisonous to pets?
M D on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I bought one last year and it was doing fine inside in a large pot. Until my four month old German Shepherd puppy ate it. The puppy doesn't seem to have been harmed by this in any way. So I would say yes to your first question, and probably no to your second. We have cats, too, and I don't think they ever nibbled on the tree. I'm planning to buy a new one!
I just purchased an olive tree. What kind of soil should I use for potting it when I receive the plant?
John W on Mar 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I used an organic soil mix purchased from my local garden supply store and added a water retaining mix. 2 parts soil: 1 part moisture mix
What is the growth rate? How many inches per year?
N W on Oct 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Currently , my olive tree is alive and well. It is approximately 6 feet tall after 3 years. The tree is durable and is unaffected by frosts. It has not born and fruit yet. I understand that this is common.
Can this be kept as a permanent indoor plant?
Kathryn D on Sep 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I ordered a lemon, orange, tangerine, key lime, banana and olive tree. I live upstate NY, so they have to be indoor most of the year in my sunroom. The citrus trees don't do very well in the winter. They lose most of the leaves and get anemic and spindly, only to recover thick and lush in the summer outside (in fact the lime died). However, the olive and banana do very well all year. The olive added new growth and kept all of its leaves in the winter. I did put it outside all summer and with water and fertilizer it does even better. I think that it would do pretty well inside all year though. Hope this helps.
are the olives good to eat?
Diana S on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This variety's olives are mostly used for oil, but they are not as bitter as some other olives, so you can salt-water brine them for eating.

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Great potted plant
Love the olive plant. I do need to repot it but, the plant was in excellent condition when it arrived and has been growing steadily since!
May 12, 2016
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