Olives are one of the most robust trees in the world as I have written on one of my webpages: http://theblagsmith.co.uk/?p=227.
My article does not state how to care for them, however, whilst doing the research I did come across this link:
http://www.ehow.com/how_4523425_care-ol … source=ask
I hope you find this useful.
Increasing olive plants definitely falls into the category of late satisfaction. That being said, like many items in life, they’re value the delay. Under the proper conditions, olives don’t begin to bear fruit until they are about five decades of age. This means that the shrub you purchase at a baby's room will probably not produce any fruit for at least 2 decades after you bring it home. Fortunately, olive plants are beautiful and value growing simply as an ornamental shrub, so you’ll have something nice to look at while you delay.For more you can know about olive tree at http://www.treespecialist.com/
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