Olea europaea sylvestris. Bonsai 7 years. Wild olive tree or acebuche.

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Olea europaea sylvestris. Bonsai 7 years. Wild olive tree or acebuche. It is a typical Mediterranean tree that lives better outdoors.

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Olea europaea sylvestris bonsai. Wild olive tree or acebuche. It is a typical Mediterranean tree that lives better outdoors.

Evergreen tree of slow but steady growth. Appreciated for its small leaves, in perfect harmony with the size of the bonsai.

Location: In a Mediterranean climate zone, outside, in full sun all year round. Outside its natural climatic zone, it is convenient to protect it from extreme cold and especially from frost (freezing temperatures for more than 24 hours). In spite of this, during the winter it needs a marked decrease in temperatures, between 5 and 7 ºC.

Watering: The olive tree has minimal water needs.

Curiosities: Within the Greco-Roman mythology, the wild olive tree was consecrated to the god Apollo. It was planted in front of the temples and offerings together with ancient weapons hung from its branches. Furthermore, the scepters of kings and the famous mace of Hercules were made of olive wood.

Dimensions in centimeters approx. (width x depth x height): 18 x 15 x 23

Note: The shape and measurements of the bonsais are approximate. The colour and shape of the pot may vary from that of the photo. A bonsai is a living being. The images that appear are non-binding illustrative pictures.

Genus :Olea
Habitat :Outdoor
Leaf type :evergreen

Family

Oleaceae

Etymology

From the latin “Oleum”: oil.

Fertilization

From spring to autumn.

Re-potting

It must be taken into account that olive trees grow very slowly; Thus, their roots mass also develop little by little. If the fertilizer and the substrate are adequate, the tree will not need to be transplanted until passed 3 to 5 years.

Substrate

Mistral Bonsai TERRABONSAI.

After transplanting it is convenient to water with a solution of VITABONSAI from Mistral Bonsai, to accelerate the recovery of the tree.

Pruning

In March.

Pinching

From April to October, when the shoot reach 7 to 8 pairs of leaves, we will pinch to obtain 2 to 3 pairs of leaves.

Wiring

Can be carried out throughout the year.

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