So you’re looking at olive trees for sale in hopes of growing your own olive farm. Luckily for you, ours are the best olive trees for sale around. Ok, so maybe your own farm is a stretch, but having your own olive tree garden that produces its own olives is pretty cool!
Or maybe you’re searching for fruiting olive trees to give as a unique gift? Well, we have your family olive tree for sale right here. It’s a great gift for anniversaries, weddings, new babies, new homes or just because! "Olive" our California olive trees love a sunny location in well drained soil. They hate wet feet so let the soil drain well and you’ll have a happy tree.
The health benefits of olive oil have been coveted since ancient times. Today, the juice of the olive fruit has been scientifically proven to be an essential part of a healthy diet, due to its high content of monounsaturated fats and antioxidants. Why not get (and gift) all the health benefits of the amazing olive?
Fruiting olive trees for sale; amazing flavor included!
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Get to Know Your Olive Tree
- The average lifespan of an olive tree is between 300-600 years. The oldest certified olive tree is more than 2000 years old! It resides in Greece and still bears fruit.
- It is protected by law. In Ancient Greece, a citizen could be fined for digging up too many olive trees, even on their own land.
- Olive tree waste provides renewable energy; when burned it produces 2.5 times the heat of burning wood, and the smoke is harmless. Its ash can be used as fertilizer as well.
- The wood of an olive tree is resistant to decay.
- The olive tree is awesome! It provides a delicious fruit for consumption after it's cured. It offers us an incredibly healthful oil that can be used for cooking, skincare and lighting, and it grows a powerful leaf that's used in medicinal teas & extracts.
- The olive branch has long been regarded as a symbol for peace. It appears on the national flags of seven nations, four states in the U.S.A. and the flag of the United Nations.