Caring for your tree

   

Caring for your tree

The leaves are used to disinfect wounds, with Olive tea also having many medicinal properties – including improving circulation.

Olive Trees are hardy but slow-growing, rarely reaching heights above 15m. They require little care – needing only enough sunlight, and water when the soil feels dry. Small flowers appear in spring, with dark fruit occurring in winter. (Be warned: these need to be ‘cured’ before eating!)

These trees do well in full sun, either indoors or outdoors – tolerating drought with ease. They are, however, susceptible to frost. Plant in well-drained soil.

Grow well

Our range of trees   

Assegai

Cape Ash

Lemon Tree

Mission Olive Tree

Orange Tree

Waterberry

Wild Olive

Yellowwood

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