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Re: Olive Trees UK

Subject: Re: Olive Trees UK
From: Michael Richardson
Date: Oct 20 2021 22:26:24
There are some olives growing in southern Ontario, Canada.  There is one
near Niagara Falls where temperatures can be expected to dip to -20 and
another in Niagara-on-the-Lake 10 miles north where temperatures are
slightly more moderate.

M

Michael Richardson B.Sc.F., BCMA
Ontario MTCU Qualified Arborist
Richardson Tree Care
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On Wed, Oct 20, 2021 at 6:15 PM Tim Errington <Tim.Errington@xxxxx.govt.nz>
wrote:

We have many commercial olive growers locally in Central Otago (lower
portion of the South Island, NZ), it’s a largely alpine environment, snow,
freezing winter temperatures and very hot, dry summer conditions, olives
appear to thrive here. However, crossing over to another current UKTC
thread, I struggle to get a fig tree to successfully establish........will
try burying it in autumn!

All the best, Tim

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Subject: RE: Olive Trees UK

Hi Will we have two Olive trees planted out with a south facing wall to
their rear here in Edinburgh and they have been in the ground for 5yrs and
came through -12c last year with no problems.

Hope that helps

Best wishes Martyn

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All,

     Anyone have experience of young olive trees being grown in the ground
in this country ? had someone contact me re a number dying and people
getting rather excited etc re replacements etc, not surprised they died. As
far as I'm concerned unless they're in a GH or sunny courtyard poor things
would find life a bit hard also risk of Xylella.



Will




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