Arbosana Olive Trees

Arbosana, which originates in Spain and matures a little later than Arbequina, is thought to be more vigorous than the latter. The olives grown on Arbosana olive trees have a sweet, fruity taste with nutty undertones and a medium level of astringency. Growing in high-density plantings is an excellent choice for a home gardener since it constantly produces high-quality fresh-eating olives.

These self-fertile dwarfing trees have sage-green leaves and a Mediterranean flair that provides shade without taking up much room—reaching only about 12 feet. You may use this as a patio tree, container plant, or even a tropical houseplant if you have adequate sunlight. After all, what’s better than adding homegrown olive oil over crusty bread and seasoning it with a pinch of black pepper?

  • Fruiting Specimen
  • Bloom (Summer)
  • Slow Growth
  • Color (Gray-to-Green)
  • Olive Oil (Sweet)
  • Landscape and Commercial

Care and Maintenance

Arbosana olive trees are exceedingly versatile and thrive in ordinary, slightly alkaline, well-drained soils. Just water profoundly and often over the first few growing seasons to help the plant build a strong root system. Once established, lessen the frequency of application; it is drought tolerant. Yet, protect young plants (or freshly transplanted Arbosana) from winter weather extremes.

Quick Facts
Origin Spain
Scientific Name Olea Europaea ‘Arbosana’
Family Oleaceae
Tree Type Fruiting Specimen
Common Names The Olive Tree, Arbosana olive tree, Olea Europaea
Height (Insert)
Toxicity Non Toxic
Light Full Sun
Watering Drought-Tolerant
Soil Well-Drained-Nutrient Poor Soil
Hardiness Hardy Down 10 °F
Foliage Gray-to-Green
Growth Slow
Olive Oil Sweet

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