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Our last bad frost was in





Counting the leaves would take even longer than studying the flight paths of the birds.



Dec 04, Extra Phones.Services/Products ¨ Commercial & Residential Grounds Maintenance ¨ Mowing and Turf Care ¨ Weeding ¨ Edging ¨ Litter Pick-up ¨ Tree, Bush, and Shrub Trimming ¨ Tree and Stump Removal ¨ Tree, Sod and Plant Installation ¨ Complete Landscape Design and Renovations ¨ Hardscapes ¨ Free Estimates ¨ Licensed and Insured ¨ Quality 5/5(1). Olive trees are evergreen (they do not go dormant in the winter), but their growth slows in the cold months.

Most growers opt to prune when the trees are resting and when there is less work to do elsewhere in the orchard, but an olive tree can be pruned any time of year (particularly if fruit production is not the objective). Jul 04, Light pruning of Tea Olive to remove a stray or damaged branch can be performed any time of year. Shearing of Tea Olive can be performed any time of year, however, to avoid damaging new growth that emerges after pruning, I recommend ceasing pruning two months prior to the average first frost date in your area.

Sep 21, Prune only as needed, as olive trees produce fruit on the previous year's growth. Pests are usually not a problem for olive trees. Use pine straw mulch, as decomposing wood chips take nitrogen from the soil.

Keep the mulch 3 inches from the olive tree's trunk. Pruning Like most evergreen trees Olives respond very well to pruning, in fact the more you prune, the happier they grow. It is best, however, to prune your Olive after the last of the winter frost (March onwards) and before the first autumn frosts (late October early November).



When your tree is about 2 years old and 1 metre 3.



Pruning is therefore needed to reduce the density of the foliage and allow sunlight to penetrate into every part of the olive tree. Our pruning teacher from the University of Perugia suggested that every olive should be in direct sunlight for at least some part of the day.





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