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Olive tree identification

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Carlton starts with ...
Hi All,
Was hoping someone might be able to help me identify this olive tree, I know it was originally planted about 2 years ago. I have 3 and I think they are all the same.

Picture 1 taken today with flowers/fruit???
Picture 2 taken today
Picture 3 was taken 2 months ago
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carlton
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13th October 2009 8:40pm
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Jimmy says...
without fruit photos you can't tell.
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16th October 2009 4:01pm
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Carlton says...
Thanks for that Jimmy.
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Carlton says...
Hi all, I have finally got fruit on the olive trees, they have been on there for a few months, is it too early to tell what variety they are????

Thanks in advance.
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7th January 2010 11:31pm
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Carlton says...
Here is a picture of some.
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au0rey says...
I also have no idea what type of olive I have but mine sure looks like yours.
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Carlton says...
Hi au0rey - have you ever tried to pickle/preserve them?

Thats why I want to know what they are, some I hear are better for oil others for eating etc.
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10th January 2010 12:42pm
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au0rey says...
Hi Carlton, no not yet as this is the first year we are living on this property. Already two other friends are very excited and they will probably come pick them when they are ready. I am a bit lazy about pickling them :P
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Carlton says...
Hi Au0rey,
I am looking forward to picking mine, I am hoping I can use this years crop as trial and error for preserving them etc, then in the coming years when crops should be better I will know what I am doing LOL.
Carlton
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mike says...
Hi Carlton,Your tree might be a variety of Verdale which is a dual purpose olive tree.Good for pickling when yellow/green or you can crush for oil but their oil content is not as high as other varieties.
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Carlton says...
Thanks Mike, its good to know. I am not sure I should leave all 3 trees in if oil production would be hard. Surely I would get enough olives from two trees to supply me enough for pickling.

Food for thought.
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14th January 2010 2:47pm
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fauzi says...
Dear All,
I love olive tree, but so difficult to find olive tree in my country.
Does anyone know the nursery in Singapore,Malaysia, Thailand or Australia who sell the olive trees and would be able to send door to door the trees to Jakarta -Indonesia.

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Fauzi
Hope you can reply to my E-mail.
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Jantina says...
Hi Fauzi, are you allowed to import cuttings of olives into Indonesia? If so I could send you some cuttings, olives grow easily from cuttings but I,m not sure that they would produce fruit in your tropical climate.
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Mohan says...
We have four olive trees with tetra foliate leaves. Could someone tell me the type/ variety.
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Eric DUFFY says...
Looking for help to identify the two types of fruit as per photos. The black ones seem to me to be ripe picholene. However, the small multi coloured ones are definitely not frantoio. Advice would be appreciated. Thanks
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Meghan says...
Moved into new house with tree in backyard. No one seems to know what it is. Help?
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