Multi-branched ancient Olive tree


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Multi-branched Olive tree 4017

Multi-branched Olive tree 4017. Such a wonderful specimen oozing charm and character. Approximately 300 years old and retired from working life as he wasn’t producing enough fruit to earn his ‘keep’ on a grove. He will create immediate impact and WOW factor in your garden.

We work closely with DEFRA to ensure our Olive trees meet all the new plant health regulations introduced in March 2021. Due to the size and weight of this wonderful specimen it will incur further delivery costs in addition to the £50 charged at checkout. Speak to myself (Antonia) or Paul on 07766730893 to discuss.


Tree measures 3 metres including pot approximately
Tree span 2 metres 50cm approximately
pot measures 140cm diameter, 60cm  depth

Multi-branched Olive tree

This tree will make an excellent feature in your Garden Design, a charming addition to your terrace.

Caring for Olive Trees is easy. Feed your Olive Trees tomato feed or liquid seaweed twice a month from May to October to ensure your Olive Tree grows well.

Prune your Olive Tree after the last of the frosts to maintain your Olive Tree. A light prune for an open wispy crown and a tight prune for more dense growth.

An Olive Tree can live in its container or pot for many years as it has a small root system. Ensure the quality of the soil is good when growing an Olive Tree in a container. We recommend a John Innes No3. Top dress your Olive Tree every year if you are keeping your Olive in a pot.

Growing Olive Trees

Growing an Olive Tree in the UK is easy and we have selected the cultivars most suitable for the UK climate.

Mature Olive trees are hardy to -15C. Olive trees are evergreen, with a silvery green foliage, so you can enjoy year long colour and structure in your garden. The trees are wind resistant due to their small leaf span.

Olive trees are best grown in a sunny spot. See our Where to grow your Olive Tree page for advice.

Feed your olive tree tomato feed once a month during the growing season.

Olive trees make wonderful ornamental features. They represent peace, hope and abundance.

Olive Trees also known as ‘The Tree of Life’ or ‘The Tree of Hope’ can live for hundreds of years so can be planted for generations to come.

Plant with a Mediterranean planting scheme such as Lavender, box and convolvulus, rosemary and thyme and create your own Mediterranean garden.

See our Growing Olive Trees pages for more information on how to care for these delightful trees.