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  • Olive Trees Picual x 1 Plants Hardy Garden Herb Oil Fruit Orchard Grove Farm Drought Frost Olea europaea

Olive Trees Picual x 1 Plants Hardy Garden Herb Oil Fruit Orchard Grove Farm Drought Frost Olea europaea

  • Product Code: olea-europaea-olive-picual-fruit-trees-1
  • Availability: 9
  • $5.45

  • 5 or more $4.45

1 Olive Trees Olea Picual Plants.  Fruiting Herbal leaves leaf Hardy Garden Spanish Black Green Olives Fruit/herb plants.


If you buy 5 or more, you will receive $1.00 off per plant!


Not for Western Australia, Tasmania or Northern Territory
Not for some local government areas of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. Please check with your council before purchasing.


The plants you will receive will be 10-18cm tall, will be in individual 50x80mm pots, will have established roots and will be ready to plant into your garden.
Olea Picual Olive Trees
Olea europaea var. Europaea picual

Likes hot summers and cold winters.
They are very hardy fruiting medium/small trees that will grow to around 6 metres tall.

Picual Olives are best known for their high oil producing olives. 

Also great sources of natural oils and wood

Fruit size is approx 3-4 grams each
Attractive blue/grey/green foliage that are silvery underneath.

Cold winters and Hot summers.
Good frost resistance (Minus 11c).
Also coastal areas
Tolerate long periods of dry
Full sun to semi shade
Will live for centuries with minimal care once established.
Cream/white flowers in spring that develop green fruit which ripens red to black in summer through to autumn.
This plant also has medicinal, herbal and beauty therapeutic qualities. Please confirm uses with qualified practitioners before using.

The trunks start of a smooth grey when young and can be come quite gnarled and twisted with age.

Often found in bonsai and topiary forms
Great for hardy pots and container plantings.
Can also be trained as flat espaliers against walls, fences etc for small areas.

Originally from mediterranean areas, olives can grow in rocky and impoverished soil and can adapt to a wide soil range as they are hardy and resilient, yet the best soil is rich, fertile, well drained.
They do not like badly drained soil. If your area is waterlogged you will need to raise the soil level by around 50cm with topsoil and plant them into that.
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Synonyms as found on Wikipedia

Aceite (de), Albaideño, Andaluza, Blanca, Calidad (de), Carlon, Corriente, Doncel, Fina, Grosal, Jabata, Javata, Lopereño, Marteño, Marteño Basto, Fino, Molejona, Moradillo, Moradillo Negro, Moradillo Temprano, Morcona, Morenillo, Nevadillo, Nevadillo Blanco, Nevadillo de Martos, Nevado, Nevado Blanco, Nevado Blanco Productivo, Olive Grosse de Tlemcen, Olivo Macho de Santisteban del Puerto, Picua', Picual de Hoja Clara, Picual de Hoja Oscura, Picual de Jaẽn, Picuda, Picual de Almeria, Picudo, Picudo de Martos, Picudo Loporeño, Picudo Marteño, Picvalles, Redondilla, Salgar, Salgares, Sevillano, Sir George Grey's Spanish, Temprana, Tetudilla, Picual de Almeria, Picual de Almeria (Gordal), Picual de Almeria (Picual), Picual de Estepa, Picual de Estepa (Picual), and Picudo (Picual)

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