Special  Offer #1 – thru April

3 Year Old, Fruiting

Manzanillo Olive Tree

For Pick-up or Delivery in a

15 gallon container

Current Size

6’-  7’ h x 2’- 3′ w

Discount

10% Off Reg. Price

Manzanillo is the most important Spanish cultivar. This tree’s olives are appreciated on the international markets for the recognizable shape of the fruit, the ease of removing the pit and for the excellent quality of the flesh. Water more frequently in extreme heat or containers. Newly planted olive trees, such as this one, will require more water to establish. This cultivar is a self-sterile variety, requiring a pollinator. It thrives in most average, slightly alkaline, well-drained soils, but it is highly adaptable. It is more productive when planted near another olive variety. Water deeply, regularly during first few growing seasons to establish an extensive root system. Once established, reduce frequency; tolerates drought. Shelter young plants from winter extremes.

Manzanillo olives are used for table olives and olive oil. Canned Manzanillo olives are generally black olives manufactured using the “California black-ripe” curing method.

ALL trees available for pick-up or delivery during COVID-19 crisis. Non-fruiting trees also available and make excellent privacy screens. Availability subject to change. Just ask for the special offer.

Buy / Inquire: Click to call 707.933.6327

Special Offer #2 – thru April

12 Year Old, Fruiting

Arbequina Olive Tree

For Pick-up or Delivery in a

48″ Box or Burlap Rootball Wrap

Current Size

12’-  14’ h x 8’- 10’ w

Discount

30% Off Reg. Price

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. It has increased hardiness over other varieties (cultivars), withstanding temperatures as low as 5 degrees. Makes a beautiful specimen shrub or small tree. This hardy olive cultivar originated in the 17th century Spanish village of Arbeca. Arbequinas do best planted near other olive trees. Water deeply, regularly during first few growing seasons to establish an extensive root system. Once established, reduce frequency; tolerates drought. Shelter young plants from winter extremes.

Highly adaptable, Arbequina produces abundantly in hot dry climates. It has increased hardiness over other varieties (cultivars), withstanding temperatures as low as 5 degrees. Makes a beautiful specimen shrub or small tree. This hardy olive cultivar originated in the 17th century Spanish village of Arbeca.

ALL trees available for pick-up or delivery during COVID-19 crisis. Non-fruiting trees also available and make excellent privacy screens. Availability subject to change. Just ask for the special offer.

Buy / Inquire: Click to call 707.933.6327

Offers expire end of April!