OLIVE TREE CARE | Featuring Los Angeles Mature Trees | Before & After Grafting Results


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Charles Malki, Biologist & Plant Expert for discusses olive tree care: fertilizing, foliar dietary spray, white washing timber, some historical past, way grafting and olive bonsais. Then excursion mature olive tree plantings and well being issues on the Huntington Library, USPS Postal Annex, and Olvera Street.

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23 thoughts on “OLIVE TREE CARE | Featuring Los Angeles Mature Trees | Before & After Grafting Results”

  1. I grew up with an olive tree under my bedroom window an never had a problem. I’m so allergic to them now I avoid them at all costs. We can only get non pollinating varieties in Las Vegas. Wish I could have one in my front yard but I would end up down for weeks from the pollen

  2. The olive tree tri-combo is a great addition to your farmscape. Very nice Mr. C, keep up the great work. Your own family will reap the benefits of your labors & your viewers will also reap the knowledge and skills to do this themselves. So many shall reap from the root of your teaching that their branches will produce a harvest in their own gardenscape as well.

    Keep it going, your viewers are well pleased.

  3. I like olives. Any recommendations for a pot bound olive I can grow here in the Midwest? I have a greenhouse to over winter. So weather is not an issue for me I can grow then bring it in before cold weather hits and shocks the plants

  4. Hallo i just want to let you know, that i love all your videos and im learning so much from Them!!
    Do you know a place in Europe where it's possible to buy improved Meyer lemon trees or other great citrus fruit trees ?
    Im Living in Denmark, and it dont Seem like you Can buy Meyer lemon trees in my country ?
    I was looking to buy a improved Meyer lemon tree from the us but most of the sellers dont ship there trees to my country

    Kind regards
    Nikolaj

  5. I have a large Manzanilla olive (about 5yrs. old, 10-12 feet tall) that is finally fruiting! I wish I had thought of grafting other varieties to it earlier. Perhaps I still can? I'd love a nicoise, or Kalamata, maybe even a picholine.

  6. Your olive tree "project" inspired me to create my own combo)) I have 2 olive varieties in small pots Castelvetrano + Bella di Cerignolla. Think it is a great idea to create one tree with few varieties and save room. So, yesterday I grafted my Castelvetrano on BdC. I followed your instruction and it was my very first grafting experience. Not sure if it is a right time for this procedure, but I also live in Ca and hope it is going to be ok. Otherwise  I will repeat next spring. Still want to find and add Kalamata variety, and as each of my listed varieties require a pollinizer I will have to add one more, otherwise they won't fruit. All 3 Castelvetrano, BdC and Kalamata  are self fertile varieties.  I really appreciated all related videos including this one. Very informative and educational! Many Thanks! Keep sharing updates on your unique olive ))

  7. Hello, I'm new to YouTube and your channel, which is my favorite by far! Thank you for all the education you provide! My question to you is, a year ago I planted my first fruitless olive tree (24 inch box) which has been doing great until about 2weeks ago I noticed the leaves are turning yellow and falling off. I live in Southern California… Now, we had an incident about 2 weeks ago, I noticed my bubblers stayed on for about 2-3 days consistently without shutting off (might have been longer). Might that be the issue, that the tree got over watered and now it has rotted? What can I do to save it if that's the case? Your reply is greatly appreciated 🙂

  8. Hi Charles, I bought 24 olive trees all about a foot or smaller. Can you give me some advice on how to water and feed at this age please? Awesome videos by the way. I watch all your videos. Thank you!

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