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Breathtakingly beautiful, our bonsai olive trees would form the perfect centrepiece for any outdoor space. Whether you’re looking to inject a little Mediterranean flair into your home garden or bring a touch of class to your corporate headquarters, our extensive lineup of bonsai olives has you covered.

From compact potted trees, perfect for keeping indoors, right the way through to much larger, more mature specimens, we have a wide range of different trees in stock. As the UK’s largest stockist of olive trees, we make the search for your perfect tree that much simpler - you can order yours online and get it delivered to your door. Browse our full range of bonsai olives below to get started.

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Types of Olive Trees We Sell

Looking for a different type of olive tree? You’ve come to the right place, because at Olive Grove Oundle we have hundreds of different trees available - each one as unique and beautiful as the last.

We have dedicated sections for small and large olive trees, allowing you to shop by size. Or, if you prefer, you can shop by age or style. For instance, we offer a wide range of gnarled, cloud and ancient trees.

Our lineup of bonsai olive trees is as diverse as the rest of our range. From younger, more compact plants to older gnarled examples that are over 3m tall, we really do have something for everyone.

Not sure which type of tree is right for you? We’re more than happy to advise and answer your questions; get in touch with us today for assistance.

Why Choose Us?

Since it first opened its doors in 2009, Olive Grove Oundle has transformed from a small Mediterranean nursery into a nationwide leader in the supply of olive trees and other Mediterranean plants. We have the UK’s largest range of olives, which range from small potted trees all the way up to exquisite gnarled trees. No matter what you’re looking for, Olive Grove Oundle is the UK’s go-to supplier for all kinds of olive trees.

As well as operating our successful garden centre in Oundle, we also offer an easy to use online ordering and delivery service. If you’d rather shop from the comfort of your home, you can - simply pick out the tree of your dreams and place your order. We’ll take care of the rest. We’re even able to offer specialist courier services for the largest trees we stock, saving you the hassle of arranging delivery yourself.

If you can’t get enough of Mediterranean plants and want to incorporate them into your garden, Olive Grove Oundle will leave you feeling spoilt for choice.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you grow bonsai olive trees indoors?

Yes, absolutely. Olive trees can survive indoors for an extended period of time (up to a decade), although they will need to be kept in a well-lit environment and cared for appropriately.

Do olive trees like being in pots?

Olive trees can grow quite happily in pots, provided they’re well cared for and are repotted periodically to allow them to continue growing.

Can bonsai olive trees stay out in the winter?

Olive trees are surprisingly hardy given their natural Mediterranean habitat. If you experience strong winds and sub-zero temperatures in winter, we would recommend the use of a horticultural fleece, but otherwise your tree should be just fine all year round in the UK.

Where is the best place to plant a bonsai olive tree?

Like all olives, bonsais like the sun. We recommend choosing the sunniest spot you can, and ensuring that the drainage is adequate. If the area is sheltered from the wind, that’s a bonus!

How quickly do they grow?

Olive trees are quite slow growers. Mature trees typically gain between 2 and 12 inches of new growth per year, so it’s quite easy to keep them in check.

Do olive trees lose their leaves in winter?

No, they shouldn’t if they’re healthy. If your tree is dropping leaves, it could be indicative of a potential problem.

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