Koroneiki Olive Bush
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Koroneiki Olive Bush is self-fertile, but the fruit crop will be larger if the tree is planted with a second tree.
Olea europaea 'Koroneiki'
18 to 20 feet at maturity but slow to get there. Can be kept under 10 feet tall with pruning.
8 to 10 Feet on Center, can be held to any size with summer pruning
One of the most drought resistant trees one can grow that will tolerate high Ph alkaline soils. Olives require little or no fertilization and are drought tolerant once established. Provide good drainage. Plant in anytime spring to early fall. The Koroneiki enjoys both warm and humid environments. Plant in full sun or part shade preferring the morning sun. Olive trees do not do well in windy locations. The trees are evergreen, long-lived, beautiful ornamentals with soft, gray-green foliage. Koroneiki can grow up to 30' outdoors in hot climates. In a container on a patio or indoors it will remain compact, measuring 7' - 10' at full maturity, with regular pruning.