Olive Tree Sale

Florida-Friendly Olive Tree Varietals For Sale

Saturday April 13

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

1300 W. Highway 318, Citra, FL 32113 

We need to free up space, so we need to move trees. We’re going to have a sale for two weekends and after that time these trees won’t be available. These are 6-year-old olive trees that have been in the ground for 6 years.

Dig yourself or we’ll dig for you. Prices start at $50 for dig yourself and go up to $150. We’ll add $40 if we dig the tree for you.

Call Lyle for more information: (352) 256-2034

We accept cash or credit or debit cards.

Here is information on how to dig yourself and how to take care of your trees.

Amfissa: A tree of medium vigor with open pendulant shape and branched, spread out crown. Cylindrical, elongated fruit. Self pollinating and high production. Good resistance to all pests and diseases. Prized for production and oil yield. Origin: Liguria, Greece. Limited Availability.

Arbequinas: An oil-producing cultivar with high oil content, very productive, producing every year and with a high rooting ability for its leafy cuttings. A tree of medium vigor with a weeping shape. Super High Density Varietal. Origin: Spain. 65 available

Barouni: Popular as a table olive, with large black oval fruit ripening in the fall. Trees height allows easy harvesting. Resistant to cold temperatures. Origin: Tunisia, Africa. Limited Availability.

Collinear (aka Nicoise): Grown for table olives and olive oil. A delicacy with low flesh-to-pit ratio, and fruit colors from deep brown to black. Can last for up to 6 months when cured. Pleasantly bitter, nutty flavor with hints of almonds and hazelnuts. Origin: Cote d’Azur, France. Limited Availability.

Koroneiki: A tree of medium vigor with a spreading habitat and open canopy. Fruit ripens mid-to-late season and turns fully black at full ripening. Resistant to water stress and wind. Low cold tolerance. Origin: Greece. Super High Density Varietal. Limited Availability

Manzanilla: A vigorous plant with a rising habitat and long pendulant branches. Leaves are bright green in color. Used for table fruit. Self-sterile variety that is productive with good resistance to cold and weather variations. Pit is very easy to remove with excellent flesh quality. Origin: Adalusia, Spain. Limited Availability.

Mission: Hardy variety that is resistant to cold and olive knot. Medium productivity. Late ripening. A tree of strong vigor with erect habitat and canopy of medium density. Origin: United States. Limited Availability.

Picholine: Rustic variety used for table fruit and oil. An early, consistent producer that adapts well to a variety of climates and soils. A tree of medium vigor with a crown of an open shape and upright growth. Origin: France. Limited Availability.

Salonenque: Rustic variety with good resistance to cold, drought, leaf spot and olive fly. Can grow in poor soil with adaptation to good farming practices. Flowers early and ripens late. Constant and high production of average weight freestone fruit. A smaller tree with a spreading, low, globular shape. Origin: France. Limited Availability.

Sevillano:  An evergreen tree with small, dark green leaves with a willow-like open canopy. Produces large black olives well suited for canning. Thrives in hot locations. Origin: Spain. Limited Availability.

Dig yourself or we’ll dig for you. Prices start at $50 for dig yourself and go up to $150. We’ll add $40 if we dig the tree for you.

Call Lyle for more information: (352) 256-2034

We accept cash or credit or debit cards.