Product Description

Olea europaea (Olive)

An olive is a long bush or a common leafy, broad-topped, evergreen leaf which can be dated up to 10 meters. There is a wide, curved, rounded tubular body. As the tree ages, the smooth gray colored shell gradually cracks. The tree's crown (hill) expands every year to about the size of its height. It is a long-lived tree, which can live for about 2000 years. In fertile soil the crown is open and asymmetric, while in unproductive soils it is dense and round. The shoots are gray, almost yellow, and almost triangular. They are arranged in pairs, with shrubs, very short stalks, and hard leaves like skin. The leaves are simple, full-sided and the edges are slightly curved towards the lower face. The length of the fur is 20-86 mm and the width is 5-17 mm. There is a sharp protrusion at the end of the leaves. The upper face of the leaf is dark gray-green and hairless, the lower face is bluish silver and the white is covered with silky feathers. Towards the end of the day, there are small whitish-yellow, scented flowers that open in the clusters of leaves. The flowers that fertilize with the flowers are carried by the winds of flesh and oil. Fruit first green, then mature and then a bright black color. There is a hard core in the fleshy fruit. It is a very valuable tree in terms of the "fat" obtained from the flesh and the kernel of the fruit. At the same time, the tree has a very imposing and aesthetic appearance. Wood is extremely resistant to decay