An old, gnarly olive tree - a superb example, hand-chosen by Thomas. Resting in a 90ltr pot, this handsome specimen features a thick trunk with masses of character and a thick, healthy crown. A good market rate for the size and character, this will make a saught-after feature. Overall height inc. pot: cmTrunk height: cmPot size: 90ltrPot height: 35cmPot width: 73cm

Large Gnarly Olive Tree 3

  • Olive trees love a sunny, sheltered well drained site; a south facing position is ideal, however it’s not essential as long as there is lots of sunlight and the soil is well drained. A well drained soil can be achieved by digging in lots of grit before planting. Wind is not a problem for olives - they can even cope in a seaside location with salt laden winds. The same conditions apply for container grown olives, potting up with a mixture of John Innes No.3 and multipurpose compost, ideally with some added grit for drainage.