Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree
|Mature Height||15-20 Feet|
|Mature Width||6-10 Feet|
Home-grown olives in your own backyard? It’s not too good to be true! The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree is one of the best-producing and tasting olive trees available for all kinds of indoor and outdoor spaces.
The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree is known for its ability to produce large crops of deliciously tasting Olives. Their extremely juicy olives are full of nutrients and are great for snacking on, adding to your favorite Greek recipes, or making olive oil.
The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree provides more than just olives. It produces small, cream-colored blooms that appear on the tree during mid-April. These aromatic flowers set the stage for the olives that are ready to harvest from October to November.
Whether you’re wanting to plant the Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree indoors or out, it’s very adaptable and low maintenance. Plus, it’s ideal for container growth as it remains 15-20 feet tall, even at maturity. Although it thrives in warm and humid environments, if you live in a place that gets cold during the winter, simply bring it inside and place it by a sunny, south-facing window.
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How tall does the Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree grow?
The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree reaches mature heights of up to 15-20 feet.
How soon will I get olives from this tree?
You can anticipate fresh, homegrown olives on your tree within the first year!
What about fertilization?
The Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree is self-fertile. That means you don’t need any other plants or pollinators to produce fruit. However, if you plant in multiples, you’ll see a large increase in olive production.
Plant your Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree in a location that receives full to partial sun or at least 6 hours per sun a day. Dig a hole that is around 3 times wider than the pot your tree was shipped in and around the same depth. Remove the pot from the roots and place the tree in the hole. Backfill the dirt and water immediately to allow the soil to settle.
Water your Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree frequently until it is well established. Water every 2-3 days until established and you can water less and less as time goes on until you are watering every couple of weeks. Although this tree is extremely drought tolerant, it’s best if the soil is damp for 2-3 inches down.
You’ll only need to fertilize your Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree after planting with a slow-release fertilizer.
Lightly prune your Koroneiki Greek Olive Tree to produce the shape you desire in mid-February. In the fall, remove any dead or low branches. It’s important to prune lightly since the olives will be produced by last year’s growth.