Cultivar Profile

Majestic Beauty Olive Tree

Olea europaea ‘Monher’

Cultivar Profile

Majestic Beauty Olive Tree

Olea europaea 'Monher'

The Majestic Beauty olive tree is an attractive cultivar, with a refined appearance to the upright, open crown of this superior evergreen patio or garden tree that does not produce messy mature fruit. Its gray-green leaves are narrow and long, giving it an airy appearance. It thrives in hot, dry regions.

This is an elegant but tough tree for the hot, sunny garden. With no fruit to drop, it can be used near walkways, drives or pools, or within the garden without any mess. It's a wonderful addition to a Mediterranean style garden with heat loving cypress, fruit trees, grapevines and roses. Take advantage of its versatility by mixing it with bold-leaved yucca, cordyline, phormium or agave, and a variety of tender succulents of alongside a modern architecture home or office. Majestic Beauty has an upright growth habit and an open, airy canopy that is ideal for parking lots and pedestrian areas.



Non Fruiting

Beautiful Non Fruiting Specimen -  may produce just a few olives

Olive Oil




Inconspicuous, white flowers; prized for dense, evergreen foliage.




Tree, Single- and Multi-Trunk, Bushy


Gray-Green Color


Slow, Rounded


Can reach 25 to 30 ft. tall if given opportunity, 25 ft. wide dense canopy


Landscape Use

Coastal Exposure, Container, Mass Planting, Rock Garden, Specimen


Sunset 3 - 24, 29, 30, 33


Hardy down 20 to 30 °F


Full sun


Once established, water occasionally.

Water more frequently in extreme heat or containers. Newly planted olive trees will require more water to establish.


Well-drained, nutrient poor soil

Light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils all acceptable. Olive trees prefer well-drained soil and even grow well in nutritionally poor soil. Hot, rocky locations. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils.


Thrives in average to lean, well-drained soils. Water deeply and regularly during the first growing season to establish an extensive root system. Reduce frequency once established in the landscape; continue to water container plants regularly. Feed with a general purpose fertilizer before new growth begins in spring. Pruning time: winter.

Majestic Beauty was discovered by Julian Herman in 1978 in Irvine, CA, and is a cultivar developed by Monrovia.

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