How to Grow an Olive Tree from a Pit?

Answer The olives, as known as Olea, is a genus with about 20 species belonging to the Oleaceae family. Olives are native to warm temperate and tropical regions in Europe, Australasia, Africa, and souther... Read More »

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Can olive trees be grown and fruit from self seeded plants from an established olive tree?

Olives grow very readily from seed, so much so that they are a serious problem in some areas such as Australia. If grown from a named variety, the fruit will probably not be as high in quality as t... Read More »

How do I grow an olive tree in the Southern U.S.?

Prepare the Tree for PlantingRemove the olive tree from its pot and soak the rootball in water overnight. Plant the tree in the early spring for best results.Dig a HoleDig a hole as deep as the oli... Read More »

Can I Grow a Mango Tree From a Neighbor's Tree?

Rather than going to a nursery or store for a starter tree, people can save money by asking a neighbor with a mango tree for a fruit containing a seed or to take a couple branch cuttings to start a... Read More »

How to Grow a Birch Tree From an Existing Tree?

Birch trees can be grown from seed, but it is a long process. North Carolina State University recommends the rooting of stem cuttings as a means of propagation for woody ornamental plants and some ... Read More »