Manzanillo Olive Tree
Mission Olive Tree
Sevillano Olive Tree
Fruitless Olive Tree
The Mission Olive Tree is a medium to large size tree that can reach heights of 40-50 ft. This tree is famous for producing the Mission Olive Fruit. Mission Olive Trees can tolerate and survive in extreme temperatures of heat and cold, it is a tree that is versatile to many climate locations. It can produce table olives or olives used for olive oil. These table olives can be harvested from late October through November.
The Sevillano Olive Tree is a medium to large tree that can reach heights of 25-35 ft. It is most known for producing canned or fermented Spanish type olives. Sevillano Olive Trees produce one of the most desirable fruiting olives but are not considered popular for producing oils. They produce more abundant fruit when planted near other Sevillano Trees. Sevillano Olive generally produce their large olive fruit in October.
The Fruitless Olive Tree is a medium size tree that can reach heights of 30-35 ft. The Fruitless Olive Tree grows and looks similar to a normal fruiting Olive tree. It is most popular for not producing an olive fruit. This is an attractive feature as it does not produce the flowering fruit that releases pollen. The Fruitless Olive Tree is non-fruiting and non-pollinating and remains structurally beautiful. The Fruitless Olive Tree is also known as "The Swan Hill Fruitless Olive Tree," "The Majestic Beauty Fruitless Olive Tree," and "The Wilsonii Fruitless Olive Tree."
The Manzanillo Olive Tree is a medium size tree that can reach heights of 30 ft tall and 25 ft wide. The Manzanillo Olive tree is also recognized for producing the most common variety of Spanish fruit olive. It has smaller fruit but is known to produce a higher oil content. The Manzanillo Olive Tree develops fruit during summer and can be harvested in the fall.