OLEA europea  10+   Std    25L
OLEA europea  10+   Std    25L
OLEA europea  10+   Std    25L
OLEA europea  10+   Std    25L

OLEA europea 10+ Std 25L

OLEA europea 10+ Std 25L

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We operate our own delivery service within 12km of the garden centre for €15, for this service we can deliver you any item from Windyridge. 

Outside of this radius we out source couriers, we cannot unfortunately ship a lot of bulkier items such as large pots, composts and many of our more delicate living things. 

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Olea europaea, commonly known as the Olive tree, is a versatile and hardy evergreen tree that thrives in the Irish climate. It is a popular choice for various uses and offers an array of benefits to gardeners in Ireland.

Height/Spread: Olea europaea can reach a height of 20-30 feet (6-9 meters) with a spread of 15-25 feet (4.5-7.5 meters). Its size can be managed through pruning, making it suitable for gardens of different sizes in the Irish climate.

Position: This tree thrives in full sun exposure, making it ideal for gardens in Ireland that receive ample sunlight. It can tolerate some wind exposure, which is beneficial considering the sometimes gusty Irish climate.

Soil: Olea europaea prefers well-draining soil that is moderately fertile and slightly alkaline. It can adapt to a range of soil types, including sandy or loamy soils. Adequate drainage is essential to prevent waterlogging in the Irish climate.

Flowering Season: The Olive tree produces small, fragrant, cream-colored flowers in late spring to early summer. While the flowering period is relatively short, it adds a lovely touch to the Irish garden during the warmer months.

Uses: Olea europaea offers multiple uses in the Irish climate. Its most renowned use is for its fruit, the olives, which can be harvested for culinary purposes. Additionally, the tree's attractive silver-gray foliage and twisted trunk provide ornamental value, making it suitable as a focal point or in Mediterranean-themed gardens. The dense canopy of the Olive tree also offers shade and privacy, making it a great choice for gardeners looking to create sheltered areas in their Irish landscapes.

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