* All dimensions are indicative It is gaining firm popularity as a feature tree or for informal screens or hedges. • ‘Picual’ was identified as the most frequent pollinator of ‘Barnea’ trees in commercial olive orchards. A good choice of tree where space is limited – particularly in small to medium sized landscapes. Self-fertile and a good pollinator for other cultivars. The Tree — Picual is a medium vigour tree with a spreading and dense canopy.It comes into production early. Picual Olive Tree - Olea europaea. Arbequina is a cultivar of olives.The fruit is highly aromatic, small, symmetrical and dark brown, with a rounded apex and a broad peduncular cavity. We propagate, import and sell more than 30 olive tree varietals. Our Cast of Venerable Characters: *Arbequina *Arbosana *Chemlali *Coratina *Frantoio *Leccino*Pendolino *Picual *Picholine *Santa Caterina *Seedling (Wild Olive) Arbequina A small tree (15'). Based on molecular paternity analysis, only three seeds out of 202 analyzed ‘Barnea’ fruits, sampled from commercial orchards, were found to be the product of self-pollination. 2019/01/18 - このピンは、taromiさんが見つけました。あなたも Pinterest で自分だけのピンを見つけて保存しましょう! Regular price $6.95 Sale. The ‘Picual’ is of Spanish origin and produces olive fruits which are excellent for pickling and for extracting aromatic oil. The Fruit — Fruit shape is oval and curved with a nipple on the end.Both oil content and yield are high. Santa Cruz Olive Tree Nursery specializes in Mediterranean Varietals. Olive tree hedge of five different cultivars. Olive Trees are perfect container trees as they need plenty of drainage but can be planted in the ground if you prefer. It shows constant and high productivity and is very hardy. We press oil and are developing our own orchard. Picual Olive Trees in contemporary polystone planter. Picual Origin Spain ; Purpose: Oil. It has be pruned this way to aid the production of olives. This picual olive tree is ideal for adding some height to your garden or creating a focal point for your patio. Sold out The Picual olive (Spanish for peaked) is aptly named for its peaked or pointed tip. The Picual produces medium-sized fruit and requires a pollinizer; try the Manzanillo olive.