How To Press Olive Oil: Making Olive Oil At Home
Interested in making oil from olives? It's easier than you might think. Click here to learn how to press olive oil.
If you love to eat olives, then you likely know they’re not all that cheap to buy at the grocery store. But did you know you can grow olive trees in the landscape? It’s true and growing olive trees is relatively simple given the proper location, and olive tree care is not too demanding either. That said, problems with olive trees are sure to happen now and again. Find out all you need to know to handle these issues right here.
A Christmas tree made of cheese and colorful olives is something you’ll want to try. Click here for tips on making an olive Christmas tree.
Cured olives are a delicious snack or addition to recipes. There are many methods for curing olives. Learn how to preserve olives here.
What is a fruitless olive tree, you may ask? Many are not familiar with this beautiful tree, commonly used for its beauty in the landscape. The olive tree with no olives may be the perfect tree for your southern landscape. Click this article to learn more about fruitless olives.
Is your olive tree looking scorched and not thriving as it should. Perhaps, Xylella disease is to blame. What is Xylella? This bacterial disease affects hundreds of different plants and trees in temperate climates around the world. Click here to learn how it affects olives.
Of course, we know how to use olive oil with foods, but have you ever wondered about olive oil?s other uses? There are, indeed, other uses for olive oil. The following article contains information about what exactly olive oil is and how to use olive oil beyond cooking.
Olive trees are native to the Mediterranean region of Europe. They have been grown for centuries for their olives and the oil they produce. Olive tree topiaries are popular. If you are considering making an olive tree topiary, the following article will help.
Olive trees as houseplants? If you?ve ever seen mature olives, you may wonder how it?s possible to transform these reasonably tall trees into olive houseplants. But it is not only possible, indoor olive trees are the latest houseplant craze. Learn more here.
If you don't have enough space for a full tree, or if your climate is too cold, you can still have olive trees, as long as you grow them in containers. Click the following article to learn more about potted olive tree care and how to grow an olive tree in a pot.
Olive tree pests can be a real problem, especially if you're counting on your tree to produce lots of fruit. The olive bud mite is one of these problems, though it's not as big a problem as you might think. Learn more here.
Olives have become more heavily cultivated in the United States in recent years. This increasing swell in production has also brought about increased incidence of olive knot. What is olive knot? Learn more in this article.
If you're lucky enough to grow your own olives, you need to know when to pick them. Harvesting olives at home is done pretty much like commercial olive harvesting. Click on the following article to find out when and how to pick olives.
The purpose of trimming olive trees is to open more of the tree up to sunshine. When you trim olive trees to allow sun to enter into the center, it improves the fruiting. Click here for information about how to prune olive trees.
Have you ever wondered if you can you grow an olive pit? I mean, you can grow an avocado from a pit so why not an olive? If so, how do you plant olive pits and what other olive seed info might be useful? This article will help with that.
Did you know you can grow ornamental olive trees in the landscape? Growing olive trees is relatively simple given the proper location and olive tree care is not too demanding either. Find out more in this article.