The black olive tree (Bucida spinosa) does not produce edible fruit, but derives its name from the black seed capsules that it develops in late summer. It is an evergreen native to the Florida Keys. The black olive tree has thick, bluish-green foliage and its branches are lined sporadically with 1 1/2-inch long spines. This tree prefers full to partial sun and is tolerant of most soil conditions, though it will not thrive if its roots remain too moist.
The Black Olive bonsai 12 years old
10"x 8.5"x 17" (Length by Width by Height) 13 lbs
Raised and trained by the expert staff at Tropical Expression Inc.
Tips: Keep soil evenly moist. Water it by submerging. Provide it with moderate to high light. Fertilize it monthly with general fertilizer. Recommended temperature is 65 degrees F and up.
This Bonsai Tree can be purchased without pot, see image below for details. Call for pricing.
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