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Olive trees have caused a new fruit tree craze for gardeners who learned that this evergreen tree can survive below zero temperatures in the United States and can produce large crops of olives year after year.  Not only is an olive delicious to eat, but the silver color of the olive tree leaves makes it a dazzling tree specimen in your yard that has a life expectancy of centuries with its survival span of biblical proportions.  Find out the best olive tree cultivars to plant in your garden and the correct directions for planting by calling  Aaron's farm olive tree nursery.  We can process your order very fast and offer quick delivery all year to you by UPS directly to your front door.

Arbequina Olive Tree Barouni Olive Tree Lucca Olive Tree Mission Olive Tree

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Arbequina Olive Tree Barouni Olive Tree Lucca Olive Tree Mission Olive Tree
USDA Zones 7-10 USDA Zones 7-10 USDA Zones 7-10 USDA Zones 7-10
Barouni Olive Tree
Mission Olive
Many Different Olive Trees

In the past few years we've noticed an overwhelming excitement in the customers who realize they are able to grow Olive Trees that will actually produce Olives. The more common varieties we carry including the Arbequina and Mission Olive will grow in USDA Zones 7-10. That's from as far north as Maryland to as far south as South Florida.