About Olive Trees
Olive Trees are a species of evergreen tree in the family Oleaceae and are great for creating a Mediterranean style garden. The olive tree is native to Mediterranean Europe, Asia and Africa. These trees come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. The age range for a lot of these trees is also massive. We have a large range of olive trees in the following categories: Huge Olive Trees, Ancient Olive Trees, Small Olive Trees, Medium Gnarled Olive Trees, Large Gnarled Olive Trees, Formal & Clipped Olive Trees, Potted Olive Trees and Screening Olive Trees. However you can browse our entire range from this page.
Olive Trees For Sale
We have a huge selection of Olive Trees for sale here at Olive Grove Oundle. These beautiful old trees are perfect as focal points or for creating a Mediterranean style garden. Our younger trees have a shrub like appearance. With some careful pruning and a few years of growth, they can grow into the more traditional Lollipop style olive trees. You can also encourage a young olive tree to take on the Pom Pom or Cloud style. Buy an Olive Grove Oundle olive tree today!
Gnarled Olive Trees
We also have a huge selection of Ancient Gnarled Olive Trees in stock - which can be hundreds of years old! Each Gnarled Olive has it's own unique style and characteristics. As many of our Trees are unique, you may be asked to select the exact tree you want to purchase. You can do this using the drop down labelled 'Tree Number'. If you want a closer look, you may want to visit us. Otherwise please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. If you're looking to narrow our selection down, you can click here for our Medium Gnarled Olive Trees and here for our Large Gnarled Olive Trees.
At Olive Grove Oundle we have one of the largest selection of Ancient Olive Trees in the UK. We have Ancient Olive Trees that are between 200 to 1000 years old that are still holding up! If you're looking to get an Ancient Olive Tree you can narrow down the selection by clicking here.
At Olive Grove Oundle we have a large range of Small Olive Trees available for you to buy today. These olive trees are great if you are looking for something more compact for your garden. If you are looking to get a Small Olive Tree you can narrow down the selection by clicking here.
Screening Olive Trees are an excellent choice for those that want to add some privacy to their garden. A lot of our trees are tall enough to reach above your garden fence and allow for greater privacy. There are different benefits to each of our Olive Trees but everyone has different tastes, so it mostly depends on what you want! Our trees are stylish, practical and won’t compromise on your aesthetics. We have a large selection of Screening Olive Trees which you can check out by clicking here.
We have a large range of olive trees in pots, all saving you the hassle of potting them yourself! You will find a lot of our potted olive trees come in pairs, yet there are many on their own that are available. Many of our trees are great value for money and will look great by your front door, or on your patio in the back garden. Some may even add height to your garden if that’s what you’re looking for. Whatever you have, these trees will look amazing. If you need help in finding the right olive tree for you don’t hesitate to contact us. Either email us at email@example.com or call us on 01832 275660 and we will help you.
For the biggest of the biggest in our Olive Tree range, look no further than our huge Olive Trees. We have many in stock, ranging from a tree at 18ft tall to our largest olive tree at 27ft tall! These trees have very distinctive shapes and would be perfect as a centrepiece for any large garden. Our huge olive trees will need a dedicated delivery service due to their size, and we will aim to place the tree as close to the final position as possible. You can check out our range of huge olive trees by clicking here.
This collection of olive trees have already been clipped and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The purpose of clipping these trees is to expose the tree to more sunshine allowing for more olives to grow. If you are interested in getting an already clipped olive tree, you can do so by checking out our collection here.