Olives in various stages of ripening. Soft focus background.

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Olives in various stages of ripening. Soft focus background.

By Amy Grant Olive trees thrive in USDA zones 8-10. This makes growing olive trees in zone 9 an almost perfect match. Conditions in zone 9 mimic those of the Mediterranean where olives have been cultivated for thousands of years. Whether you want to grow an olive for the fruit, to press for oil or simply as an ornamental, there are plenty of options for zone 9 olive trees. Interested in olives for zone 9? Read on to find out about growing and caring for olives in zone 9. About Olives for Zone 9 Olive trees like it hot – hot and dry in the summer and mild in the winter. Of course, if you live in a cooler climate, you can always container grow an olive and bring it inside in the winter, but be sure to choose a dwarf, self-fertile variety. If you don’t, space may become an

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