Multi-stem Olive Tree



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Multi-stem Olive Tree number GT 132

Multi-stem Olive Tree from our suppliers in Tuscany a wonderfully tall specimen.


10 foot 4 inches completing pot.

Pot measures 32inches diameter by 22inches.

Luxury Garden screening for ultimate privacy

One element garden designers get asked about the most when curating high-profile garden design is luxury garden screening. And entertaining at home in the seclusion of a chic garden dining area is top of this summer’s agenda. So, whether you have a country hideaway or an urban apartment, garden screening can give you privacy and style by the bucket load.

 Olive trees are well suited to screening as they work in both small and large gardens. Plus, they help to create a boundary without taking up much lateral space in the garden. And like with standard olive trees, the grey-green foliage offers year-round colour and striking Mediterranean charm. They can be used to line pathways, increase the height of a garden wall, or create an overhead privacy screen on a rooftop garden or balcony.

More about The Norfolk Olive Tree Company

We are a gold award winning husband and wife team. We are not only passionate about Olives but big on customer advice and service for our clients. No roadside deliveries for our trees. Delivered to your garden where they belong- not on the road.

Here at The Norfolk Olive Tree Company we specialise in Olive Trees, we have hand selected every Olive Tree. Our Olive trees are of the highest quality, ethically sourced from our licensed supplier in Catalonia, Spain. All of our Olive Trees meet the phytosanitary requirements and have plant passports.

Caring for your Multi-stem Olive tree.

If you want to keep your Olive Tree in a pot then that is possible too!  Top dress every year with fresh compost and feed with our organic slow release feed. Soak your Olive tree regularly throughout the growing months. April – October.