Wholesale  |  Retail

Olive Trees
for Commercial Use

Key Feature

Grow Food

Best Benefit

Heart Healthy

Ease of Use

Heat, Wind & Cold Tolerant


Wholesale  |  Retail

Olive Trees
for Commercial Use

Key Feature

Grow Food

Best Benefit

Heart Healthy

Ease of Use

Heat, Wind & Cold Tolerant

Key Features


Produces Olives and Olive Oil

Fruiting olive trees make ideal candidates for the commercial or hobby orchard farmer. We offer numerous cultivars perfect for different growing conditions as well as to meet your flavor and production needs.

Some cultivars’ olives produce sweet oil and have a high ratio of flesh to pit. Other cultivars produce less oil and have a smaller ratio of flesh to pit.

Flavor can vary wildly between various cultivars. Let us show you the differences to help you make the best selection for your grove.


Dietary Benefits

Olives are a well-known source of heart-healthy food. Olives are very high in vitamin E and other powerful antioxidants. Studies show that they are good for the heart and may protect against osteoporosis and cancer.

Learn more about the olive oil’s health benefits in this list of 11 proven benefits.

Ease of Care

Heat, Cold, Wind, Drought Tolerant

Olive trees make ideal candidates for food production due to their low water requirements and general tolerance to heat and cold temperature extremes.

General Growth Conditions & Characteristics


Full sun

Olive trees do best with 8 hours of bright sunlight.


Well-drained, nutrient poor soil

Olive trees prefer well-drained soil and grow well even in nutritionally poor soil. They thrive in hot and rocky locations. While new plantings will do best with regular water, established trees are fairly drought tolerant and only require water occasionally.


Heat to cold

Although olive trees do well with both higher heat and cold, winter temperatures, various cultivars react with greater (or lesser) tolerance to heat or cold. Most are hardy down to 20 or 30°F. Ask us which cultivars may be best for your growing conditions.


Slow to Vigorous

Olive trees vary in growth rate over time. Some are slow; others are moderate or even vigorous in their rate of growth. Left unattended, some cultivars may grow to 30 feet or more. But they respond well to pruning, if you wish to maintain them at a specific size. Most flower in spring or summer, and their fruit production is harvested in the fall.

Some fruiting olive trees require pollinators and others will self-pollinate. Most do best when interplanted with other fruiting cultivars. Ask us which cultivars work best with your primary cultivar and what percentage of pollinators is ideal for your orchard.


10 to 30+ feet

Tree size may vary widely depending upon how much it’s been pruned historically in an established olive tree. Many are maintained at  20 (+/-) feet for orchard spacing. Some cultivars are characterized by upright branches and others by more pendulous or “weeping” branch style. Also, some trees have dense canopies, as wide as the tree is tall.

We consult on orchard planning, including selection of cultivars, spacing, installation, maintenance and harvest. Some cultivars are ideal for mass planting and mechanical harvesters. Others may respond best to manual harvest, with spacing that is prohibitive to mechanical harvesting.

Fruiting olive trees serve a variety of purposes for orchard health. For example, Frantoio are self-pollinating olive trees but also make excellent pollinators for other fruiting cultivars.

Scroll down to view our fruiting, commercial use olive trees to determine which types may be most appropriate to your planting and design conditions. 

Fruiting Commercial Use Olive Trees

Picholine Du Gard

Picholine Du Gard

This cultivar thrives on Mediterranean growing conditions and has a particularly fruity taste. Originating from Collias and Gard in the South of France, it’s got a fruity taste with slightly peppery notes. [ LEARN MORE PICHOLINE DU GARD]

Fruiting Olive Trees

Pendolino Olive Tree

Pendolino is named for its pendulous branching characteristic, making it ideal for manual fruit cultivation. This variety is widely appreciated by growers for its high fruit... [ LEARN MORE PENDOLINO ]

Field Grown Olive Tree

Manzanillo Olive Tree

Manzanillo is the most important Spanish, fruiting cultivar. This tree’s olives are appreciated on the international markets for the recognizable shape of the fruit, the ease of... [ LEARN MORE MANZANILLO ]

Fieldgrown olive trees

Frantoio Olive Tree

The Frantoio olive tree grows well in milder climates, but it is not as tolerant of heat and cold as Spanish olive cultivars. This fruiting olive tree grows with moderate speed and has an airy... [ LEARN MORE FRANTOIO ]

Arbequina Olive Trees 24 inch box

Arbequina Olive Tree

This self-fruiting olive tree is prized for its dark brown fruit, highly aromatic oil content, and its attractive, silvery green foliage. Highly adaptable, Arbequina produces abundantly in hot dry climates... [ LEARN MORE ARBEQUINA ]

15g Maurino Olive Tree

Maurino Olive Tree

This self-sterile olive tree is prized for its sweet and delicate oil, as well as being tolerant of very low temperatures. it's ideal for cooler climates and dense plantings. Its graceful, pendulous form makes Maurino an attractive olive tree for hedgerows and orchards.[ LEARN MORE MAURINO ]


Zitoun Olive Tree

This tree is prized for drupes of dark wine color, freckled with a whitish dusting for both table & oil use, available in 15 gal. containers. [ LEARN MORE ZITOUN]

Itrana Olive Tree

Itrana Olive Tree

The Itrana cultivar is native to the Italian region of Lazio. It's produced primarily for table olives but is also used for milling into highly prized oil. [ LEARN MORE ITRANA]


Picual Olive Tree

An early producer with high, constant yields. This rustic cultivar adapts to diverse environmental conditions with moderate cold tolerance. [ LEARN MORE PICUAL]

Fruiting 15 gallon olive trees

Koroneiki Olive Tree

After the Arbequina and Arbosana, Koroneiki olive trees are the most widely grown throughout Greece. With an open canopy and medium vigor, it is ideal for dense planting... [ LEARN MORE KORONEIKI ]

Field Grown Olive Trees

Cerignola Olive Tree

Predominantly used for commercial production, these Cerignola olive trees grow the largest olives in the world and originate in the Puglia region of Italy. Due to their size... [ LEARN MORE CERIGNOLA ]

Field Installation - Olive Trees

Kalamata Olive Tree

The Greek Kalamata is one of the most famous olive cultivars. It produces an attractive, deep reddish-purple fruit. The trees grow close to the Ionian sea in the Kalamata... [ LEARN MORE KALAMATA ]

Fruiting Olive Trees

Leccino Olive Tree

The Leccino olive tree is one of the primary cultivars used in Italian olive oil production. It is best known for its Tuscan origins and delicate flavor profile. All across Italy, it is considered... [ LEARN MORE LECCINO ]

Field Grown Olive Tree

Coratina Olive Tree

The Coratina olive tree is often grown in the shape of an inverted conical vase. It’s characterized by early fruit production and by its adaptability to different soils and climates... [ LEARN MORE CORATINA ]

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