4 Olea Europaea (Olive Oil) Home Design Photos

Jon Eric Christner ARCHITECT INC.
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The 2 main trees are Olives (Olea europaea) with Italian Cypress in the background (Cupressus sempervirens).
olive trees
“outside” — dsallean
Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
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Vineyard Residence
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Hi, are those olive trees and what variety if so...? I like the orchard look, what is the spacing and can they be maintained to stay small
is used to make a wonderful Olive Oil. However, if you are not interested in harvesting every year and using the olives, Olea 'Swan Hill' would be a decent
decent option for a fruitless Olive. Keep in mind that fruitless olives only came on the market recently, so you will not find a large gnarled trunk immediately
love this - sets off olive trees...combo of rock, grasses, olive tree...bark and olive trees and large rock
“Borderd” — nedratexas
Kathleen Shaeffer Design, Exterior Spaces
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Aptos Residence
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Meadow with olives & red fescue. Photo: Kathleen Shaeffer
shopping for mature olives and gave that up when faced with price tags in the several thousand dollar-ish range.
They are Olive (Olea europaea 'Majestic Beauty')
Olives are so gorgeous! Can you give a few tips for purchasing lovely, kind of mature olives that won't break the bank? My
shopping for mature olives and gave that up when faced with price tags in the several thousand dollar-ish range.” “They are Olive (Olea europaea 'Majestic Beauty')”
“natural grasses” — keadron
Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture
Sausalito Hillside Garden
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silberlicht), a combination of white and deep-red flowering Bergenia Tree: Olive (Olea europea 'Swan Hill')
landscape runs right up to the house, so Lewis chose multistemmed olive trees (Olea europaea ‘Swan Hill’) to punctuate the ground cover — they are very ornamental
“View from inside with no deck” — cathyfricker
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