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12 years ago. I bought a small (maybe 10in tall) olive tree a month ago, and now there is lots of new growth but as the leaves unfurl they dry up and fall off.



Fungal Infection Proper pruning, watering, and fertilizing 5.



It gets at least 4 hours of direct sunlight (through the window) and bright light the rest of the day. The plant is in a little four inch pot with a fast draining soil- i water infrequently (when the soil has thoroughly dried) I have never fertilized it. Dec 14, Olive Tree Leaves Are Dry & Falling Off The olive tree (Olea europaea) is an evergreen Mediterranean fruit tree that grows about 30 feet tall and 25 feet wide. Olive trees. Apr 01, January Make sure your not over watering it, olive trees like to be on the dry side, if you think it needs watering leave it another week (and dont soak it).

Remember, Olives are mediteranean plants, they like plenty of sunlight.



Should it be wrapped in fleece like yours?



They ususaly drop some/most of their leaves this time of year. Leaves are dropping in winter naturally as part of the olive tree grow cycle. so don't stress about it if few leaves are dropping and new leaves are showing up. Do not over-water. You should water the tree infrequently but deep and the soil should not be moisture or damp. Mar 10, Fill an 8-inch nursery container with fine-textured soil. Making sure the soil is fine is key because it'll be soft enough to protect the delicate roots.

Step 2: Using sharp gardening shears, snip off a healthy 8-inch branch from a mature olive tree. Apr 27, The olive tree (Olea europaea) is an evergreen native to the Mediterranean, Asia, and Africa. The beautiful silvery foliage will vary in color, but is generally considered to be grayish-green. White flowers appear in April or May in Florida and precede the fruit set.

Olive fruits start out as green and will generally become a blackish-purple.





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