ARTIFICIAL RUSTIC OLIVE TREE
DimensionsHeight 6ft / 1.8mWidth - 75cms /2.5ftHeight of Foliage - 105cm2640- leaves96- Berries
- Artificial Rustic Olive Tree 1.8m / 6ft
- Next working day delivery for unpotted items (orders before 2pm)
- Unpotted Tree -Choose your own planter if you would like a potted tree
Our 6ft Faux Rustic Olive trees are measured from the bottom of the stem to the top of the leaf canopy. If you would like to raise the height of your artificial Olive tree when potted into a planter, this would increase the height by up to 6 inches, if you would like your artificial Olive tree potted to a specific height then do let us know.
Artificial Olive Tree Description
This replica Olive Trees has a very dense foliage coverage thanks to its 2640 leaves This is such an accurate replica that it even has the vein pattern running through the leaf. The gnarled rustic stem on this artificial olive tree is also synthetic which prevents the tree from rotting as it would with a wooden stem. As standard this tree comes fitted in a small travel planter to ensure it is ready to ready to put on display as soon as it arrives
These artificial Olive Trees are premium quality made using top quality silks and plastic to ensure they look lush and healthy for years. These fake Olive trees are visually pleasing and also feel real to touch. They have a botanically accurate leaf structure and even budding olive fruits to enhance the tree authenticity. The gnarled rustic stem on this artificial olive tree is also synthetic which prevents the tree from rotting as it would with a wooden stem.
If you would like a potted in a more decorative planter, simply choose your planter from the drop down menu below. Your potted fake Olive Tree will then arrive with a bag of pre-glued stones - these will set to a hard crust within a few hours and give a lovely finish to the overall display. Alternatively, we can send you potting instructions so you can pot the tree yourself. .
Olive branches (2,550 of them) were used at the 2004 Olympics Games in Athens when the tradition of crowning Olympians with an olive spray was revived.