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Diane Taylor starts with ...
just wondering do u need to have at least two olice trees or can one be enough and how long b4 they fruit and which are the nicest
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Steven says...
You would be better off to buy two different varieties or even graft two different varieties onto one tree. If you buy them from a nursery they will probably fruit straight away.


This website might be a good resource for you:

http://www.australisplants.com.au/olives/varieties.htm

I presume you want the trees for fruit not for oil so kalimata and manzanillo are good varieties.

Regards

Steven
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