- Mature Height: 15-20 ft.
- Mature Width: 8-12 ft.
- Sunlight: Full to Partial Sun
- Spacing: 15-22 ft.
- Growth Rate: 10 ft.
- Botanical Name: Olea Europea 'Koroneiki'
- Does Not Ship To: AZ
This plant grows well in growing zones:4-11 patio / 8-11 outdoors (hardy down to 20℉)
Home-Grown, Delicious Olives in One Year
It’s like having a piece of the Greek Isles, right in your backyard or on your patio. The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree is known for producing a large number of olives, whether you’ve planted it in the ground or in a container on your porch.
Plus, it’s good-looking. The Koroneiki small, aromatic, cream-colored flowers and shiny evergreen leaves in addition to its full-flavored olives. And it does all of this without effort because it tolerates drought, grows indoors during cold weather and thrives with just a bit of sun.
And the best part? The Koroneiki’s strong start. We’ve greenhouse-grown and grafted your tree with care. Because we’ve hand-picked this variety to best serve your landscape, our Koroneiki Olive Trees are truly one-of-a-kind.
Imagine home-grown olives of your own for snacking, cooking and more, along with the benefit of stunning growth…and all without hassle. Order your own Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree today!
Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree Pollination
Koroneiki Greek Olive Trees are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree will drastically increase the size of your crop.
Planting & Care
2. Watering: When your tree’s root system becomes established, your Greek Olive Tree will be extremely drought resistant. Until then, water your young tree every third day for the first 2 weeks, then once every 2 weeks. After that, give your tree light watering (about 30 seconds with a hose) each week for the first few months for best results. Monitor your tree for watering from there - if the soil is dry down to around 2 or 3 inches, it's time to water.
3. Pruning: Prune your Greek Olive to the shape you desire. Prune in mid-February and in the fall, removing low branches and the tips of stems that have grown too long. Keep in mind that only light pruning is necessary.
4. Fertilization: Fertilize your tree only after planting. Use a slow-release fertilizer to boost nitrogen for best growth.
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