Olive - Manzanillo

Olea europaea

Image of the Manzanillo variety of olives (scientific name: Olea europaea) By English: Steadman, Royal Charles, b. 1875 [Public domain] (Photo Credits)

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Medium / large fruit (4.8g). High yields. Ripens early. Excellent pickling fruit, green or black. Fruit is of excellent taste and texture. Fruit should be processed before it is fully ripe to retain flesh firmness. Origin:Spain. Not recommended for oil, as oil extraction can be difficult. Suggested cross-pollinators are Frantoio, Picual, UC13 and Arbequina

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Specifications of Olive - Manzanillo

Preferred Climate Warm Temperate, Arid (Dry)Learn About Climate Zones

Grown From CuttingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate 2 compatible plants (Pollination Required)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Water Requirements Drought Hardy (Little Watering)

Fruiting/Harvest Months April, May, June

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Olive - Manzanillo Reviews & Tips

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Innoxa1
★★★★★ 2y ago

BROWN HILL, VIC, Australia

Love the silver foliage and i hope to have my own olives one day :)

Jane16
★★★★★ 2y ago

EASTWOOD, NSW, Australia

Very sturdy plant. No transplant shock. Only needs watering weekly - twice weekly. Has more than doubled in size since purchase. Very happy with purchase. I purchased the Frantoio as a cross pollinator (which has also thrived).

ivepeters
★★ 7y ago

CARINDALE, QLD, Australia

Pulled out replaced with malabar chestnut, had 3 olives in 10 long years so it paid the price.

bizibee
★★★★★ 8y ago

FERNTREE GULLY, VIC, Australia

My kids love olives.  I bought this olive tree from a nursery in a pot as a seedlyg for it's larger fruit.  It is doing extremely well.  I will be transplanting it to ground soon.

Edward3
★★ 9y ago

CARLINGFORD, NSW, Australia

This is the variety which produces a good crop of olives in Sydney. Flowered profusely in first year even though the plant is quite small. Recommended.

THolben
★★★★ 10y ago

Como, NSW, Australia

This is the olive grown by many gourmet table olive farmers due to flesh/pit ratio, lovely flavour, easy to grow and prepare for eating. Although ours haven't fruited yet (we haven't had them long enough), I am very pleased to report that they are grow...

msjekyll
★★ 10y ago

GORDON, NSW, Australia

I have been growing olives in large pots for around 6 years I guess, they flower but don't carry the fruitStill not fruiting ...

Steve1
★★★ 11y ago

Talbot, VIC, Australia

 Already planted when I moved in. Yet to fruit, but I'm hoping this year. Will be a solid hedge in the future...

MacLynn
11y ago

Lawnton, QLD, Australia

This tree has been in the ground for 7 years now and has never flowered. We are thinking perhaps it does not get cold enough to initiate flowering here on the coast. It is a lovely tree. If anyone has any tips for making olives flower please let us kno...

HomegrownHeddibles1
★★★ 11y ago

Upper Ferntree Gully, VIC, Australia

No flowers yet, but still early days for an olive.Easy to maintain, it has a lovely upright habit which has naturally formed a vase-shape.  It grows moderately each year, approximately a foot or so each Spring and Summer, and it copes with all the vag...

Mark1
★★★★ 11y ago

Peachester, QLD, Australia

Going well

HappyEarth
★★★★ 11y ago

Unanderra, NSW, Australia

Fast growing, very hardy tree

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