3.3L Olive Tree 'Ascolano' - Olea europaea

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3.3L Olive Tree 'Ascolano' - Olea europaea
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Product Description

An olive that is grown for its large fruit which is good for making oil. The oil has a subtle taste. Fruits better with another companion olive such as Frantoio. Small creamy white flowers in spring that are then followed by the fruit.

Olive tree's can be used ornamentally to line paths and driveways or pleached hedges, espaliered, topiaries or put in to large pots.
Trim to maintain desired height and form.

  • Many uses apart from oil or eating
  • Good for that Mediterranean look
  • Tolerates most soil types
  • Easily trimmed to maintain height and form
  • Good for oil

Product Details

Product Dimensions (mm)
W:200 H:1200 L:200
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:200 H:1200 L:200
Common Name
Olive tree Ascolano
Botanical Name
Olea Olea europaea
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
3-4mtr (left untrimmed)
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
2-3mtr (left untrimmed)
Planting Tips
Tolerates most soil types, dont let soil dry out when fruiting. For best fruiting plant in fertile soil.Trim to keep desired height and form. Fertilise in summer and autumn.

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