Olive Tree Care. 10 VERY HELPFUL TIPS.


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How to take care of #olive #timber, a complete information. Including #pruning recommendation.

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In this vlog I give an replace to the unique olive tree care vlog from one month in the past which you’ll be able to to find on my channel. I additionally give a listing of peak guidelines for olive tree care and pruning for fruit, from my revel in and analysis into olives

1. Repot them each couple of years or so for vigour. The outdated #compost shall be spent of vital vitamins.
2. Add extra #drainage, take into accounts their local local weather, dry, arid neatly tired earth. They don’t like rainy, soggy roots. I put #crocks and gravel on the backside of the pot to lend a hand extra water escape from the roots..
3. Pots are a restricted useful resource and the vegetation want Food, so feed them incessantly, I exploit a tomato Food.
4. Whilst they do not like rainy soggy #roots they do want a variety of water. Give them a just right soaking each week or two weeks relying at the prerequisites. But do allow them to dry out between soakings. Do now not allow them to keep rainy over wintry weather they hate chilly and rainy in combination.
5. Remember they produce #plants and due to this fact fruit on 365 days outdated enlargement, so if you wish to have fruit your pruning wishes to go away some 365 days outdated enlargement. They by no means flower at the similar position two times.
6. Flowers and enlargement will simplest expand the place there’s just right mild. Which is why other people frequently #prune them into an open vase form. If you a now not anxious about fruit you’ll be able to make a topiary ball.
7. They do want a few months of chilly climate over wintry weather to make the flower/fruit buds set. 2 months underneath 10 levels. They are moderately hardy even in the United Kingdom all the way down to -8 or -9.
8. They are self fertile. They are wind #pollinated, put them the place there’s a breeze.
9. Don’t feed past due summer season. This permits that 12 months’s new enlargement to harden off and likewise discourages new comfortable enlargement simply earlier than the harmful wintry weather climate.
10. Mulch or top-dress your pots to retain moisture, supress weeds and feed/enrich the soil.

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35 thoughts on “Olive Tree Care. 10 VERY HELPFUL TIPS.”

  1. great video with great tips. I have two young olive trees i recently bought. They have bloomed and I see tiny olives already. Do your olives grow large enough to harvest?

  2. I just was gifted an olive plant in May. I reported to a large pot. I live in zone 8 state of Alabama. It is hot and humid. This year very rainy. Pot sits out on patio. Last week I noticed scales on the leaves and some white powdery substance on lower flowers. I purchased an oil base spray and treated it once with another treatment due in 7 days. I wiped off all the leaves and most of the scars came off. Plant oils good but I don’t know what caused it to get the scales. Do you think it was to moist with our high humidity. It has no brown leaves and seems to be growing.

  3. Hello Mark! Enjoy your vlogs, I recently purchased another olive tree, lost mine to snomaggedon in Texas earlier in February 😔 I am hoping to keep the new baby healthy and happy for many years to come. Thank you for the tips!

  4. I've had 2 potted olive plants going on 2 years outside. I live in zone 8a. It's tall and lanky. I put them in when we have a freeze and take them out of the garage in Spring. I haven't fertized them much. Should I cut them Bach?. I don't mulch. Do I need to? I've never seen it bloom

  5. Love the vid mate.
    I'm in Western Australia, 2 months into spring. I'm wanting to transfer an olive tree into an 800L pot. The tree is fruiting, is it okay to do it now still do you think?
    Cheers

  6. i planted an olive tree, I get olives on the tree, but almost all have worms in them, how could you help me with this problem please because I am thinking of cutting the tree.tjank you

  7. This guy has fantastic English allowing me to understand clearly what he says, as I am not a native English speaker. Some great olive trees you have and great tips, I have only one tree so have to be care full.

  8. Hi there thank you so much for all the info. I bought my olive 🌴 just this morning and need some advice. Looked up many blocks but love your tips the most of all. I'm from SA. Greatings Melinda 🙋🏻‍♀️

  9. Thanks for all the excellent tips. My olive tree is almost one year. It was supposed to be a 3 year plant. It was kept indoors the first two months and moved outdoors throughout summer and fall. I noticed flowers and pollen, then tiny olives soon after it was potted up and before it was brought outdoors but they disappeared. Brought it indoors about a month ago when temps dropped here. It’s now putting off flowers and tiny green olives again. This seems odd since it’s winter here. Advice? Also, when you mention temps, are you meaning Celsius degrees? Thanks again

  10. Hi Mark,
    Brilliant video on Olive maintenance. I throughly enjoyed your 10 points for care of olives. So helpful and easy to understand. Your knowledge is impressive and your delivery was very relaxed and easy to understand.
    I have a 3.5m metre olive tree in a pot which has been scant with olives after about 7 years of growth. The foliage is healthy and I have fed it Seasol regularly and watered regularly as the Melbourne summer in Australia gets very hot. Tomato feed may be the answer. My tree is not as bushy as the ones you illustrated. I will try the 10 steps you suggested.
    Thanks again Mark. You're a legend mate.
    Cheers
    Keiran

  11. Hey Mark, thanks so much for making this video. There is hardly any helpful olive tree care videos on YouTube. I've got a question…my olive tree recently got scale on it. How do I cure and prevent this from happening again? Thankyou!!

  12. Hi Mark, I have two small olive trees in the greenhouse. I have noticed the tips of the leaves are turning brown. I had been watering them every week over winter as the greenhouse is very dry, do you think I have overwatered the plants or is there another reason? I also gave them a little blood, fish and bone mid winter.

  13. Hi Mark, Thanks for the vlog, its very helpful. I have an olive tree tha t I bought from a garden centre in autumn. Its 3 metres tall from soil to tip and is currently still in its big tub from the garden centre. I am about to replant it into my garden. Any tips for planting into garden as opposed to another tub or are they better off in tubs? Our soil is pretty heavy clay. I am a little paranoid about killing it off as it was a 60th birthday present and quite expensive. Any advice welcome.

  14. My olive tree is blooming, 4 yrs old now first time. It branches out at base. 3 branches at soil level. It looks like one side is blooming. looks more like a bush than tree. It does need repotting this year can I do it while I've got the blooms on it and should I try to raise it is it up out of the soil more for the base To be exposed more?

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