Olea europaea subsp. africana (Wild Olive)

The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives. We currently stock 40L, 200L and 1000L. (Last updated 28 March 2017)
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Stem of 1000L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

Stem of 1000L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

1000L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

1000L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

400L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

400L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

Stem of 200L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

Stem of 200L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

200L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

200L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

100L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

100L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

40L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.

40L Olea europaea subsp. africana. The evergreen Wild Olive is frost, drought and wind resistant and works beautifully as a shade or screen plant. The glossy foliage is thick and attractive, with lightly scented tiny flowers that bud from October to February, followed by edible olives.


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