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 Ornamental Olive Trees?

Answer Ornamental olives usually have darker leaf colors than commercial varieties. They sometimes produce no fruits or fruits with low or no commercial value. The fruits feed birds or spoil easily, makin... 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 »
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Ornamental Crab Trees?

Ornamental crab trees, also known as flowering crabapples, are eye-catching, spring-blooming trees that are known for their profuse eruption of delicate flowers as well as their apple-like fruit. T... Read More »
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Ohio Ornamental Trees?

Most of Ohio falls into Zones 5 and 6 on the USDA's Plant Hardiness Zone map. This means that Ohio homeowners and gardeners must consider the state's annual temperatures and climate before deciding... Read More »
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Iowa Ornamental Trees?

Hawkeye state residents have to consider environmental factors when they select ornamental trees to plant. Horticulturist Richard Jauron of the Iowa State University Extension advises that factors ... Read More »
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