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Arbequina Olive Tree 5 Gal
you don't want to wait a few years for your smaller Arbequina to
develop, consider the 5 gal tree. Our new crop of 5 gal Arbequinas are
about 4' tall, nicely branched, with a main trunk caliper of about 1/2".
As of July 2012, they are covered in small new olives. Shipped in 4' x
1' x 1' boxes.
Arbequina Olive Tree
olive trees hail from Catalonia, not Tuscany, but they share the same
excellent rustic qualities of the above varieties, including high
adaptability to different climates and soils. Used for both oil and
table olives, the fruit is small and rounded. Crop matures into black
olives over a few weeks, so you have time to pick them. Tree is
weeping, fairly compact and shorter than other varieties, and
self-fertile. This new crop of Arbequinas is small, narrow caliper but
Taggiasca Olive Tree
self-fertile cultivar hails from Liguria, where Benedictine monks
selected for the traits expressed in today's Taggiasca Olive trees. The
small to medium olives yield a light, fine oil with a delicate almond
flavor. for eating, the olives are cured black. They have a sweet
buttery taste. Mature tree has average size and vigor, with a
semi-weeping habit. Very late ripening. Leaves are green-gray on top,
silver on bottom. New crop of trees is small now in March 2012, 3' tall,
branching just beginning, narrow caliper to trunk.
5 gal Taggiascas are ready to add charm to your garden. They're over 4'
tall and have a rugged, open growth pattern, not as full as the
Arbequinas, but a thicker main trunk.