The Manzanillo Olive Tree is a striking variety that originated in the Mediterranean and has become popular in Spain and the U.S. The Manzanillo Olive Tree has deep green foliage, a dense canopy, and a broad, upright growth habit. This is a slow but resilient growing tree that can become the focal point of any landscape, from simple to sophisticated.
Manzanillo Olive Trees reach mature heights of 30 feet or more, with widths of up to 20 feet. They are suited to growing in the ground in USDA Zones 8 to 11, or in a pot in Zones 4 to 11. They are tolerant of droughts, high heat, cold, and are easy to grow and maintain due to their ability to adapt to various climates, soil types, and conditions.