Welcome to Our Nursery

Our experience has shown that olive trees do grow in Texas. Olive trees adapt to many climates and soil conditions. They are extremely hardy trees. Your site may be well suited to growing one or more of the many varieties available in our nursery. We offer varieties from Italy, Spain, the United States, Greece and Tunisia. Our pot sizes range from 1 quart to 25 gallons. Let's work together to learn what's best for your soils and climate.

Nursery Hours:
Wednesday - Saturday: 9 AM - 4 PM, Sunday: 11 AM - 4 PM

To place an order or to receive an estimate for shipping call: (210) 621-0044.
Our shipping department is available Wednesday - Saturday from 9 AM - 4 PM

E-mail us if you have any questions or wish to place and order (national or international).
Please include the total number of trees, tree size and your zip code.

Online Olive Tree Store

We carry a selection of 1-gallon trees. For larger sizes and quantities, please call or email.

Current Pricing - June 2014

Price per tree is based on pot size not tree variety.
Pot Size Under 20 20-50 Trees 51-100 Trees 101-500 Trees 501-1000 Trees 1001 or more
1 quart $ 12.00 $ 9.60 $ 9.00 $ 8.40 $ 7.80 Call for pricing
1 gallon $ 18.00 $ 14.40 $13.50 $ 12.60 $ 11.70 Call for pricing
2-3 gallon $ 25.00 $ 20.00 $18.75 $17.50 $ 16.25 Call for pricing
5 gallon $ 50.00 $ 40.00 $ 37.50 $35.00 $ 32.50 Call for pricing
10 gallon $ 75.00 $ 60.00 $ 56.25 $ 52.50 $ 48.75 Call for pricing
15. gallon $ 125.00 $ 100.00        
25 gallon $ 250.00 $ 200.00        
California, Arizona and Florida require that we bare root trees. The price to bare root a tree is an additional $1.00 charge per tree. Please call for more information. Trees that have been paid for will be held for two weeks only, unless other arrangements have been made.

Characteristics of Olive Trees

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Want to learn more about olives and olive tree care? Click here.


Stepping Up Your Trees

Purchase a smaller olive tree now and step it up into a 1 or 2 gallon pot. Stepping up your olive trees promotes root growth prior to planting in the Spring. The bigger the pot, the more room the roots have to grow. Use a soil that drains well. Throw a tablespoon of Mycorrhizae Fungi into the soil at the bottom of the pot to help promote root growth. Fertilize with a combination of Seaweed (also to stimulate root growth), Fish Emulsion and Molasses or (Medina Hastagro, a mixture of the above). One tablespoon of this mixture to
1 gallon of water is the correct ratio.


Sandy Oaks also offers consulting services for those looking to start a commercial olive operation in Texas. Sandy will answer any questions that you may have and provide recommendations regarding production practices and suitable varieties.

Please phone (210) 621-0044 for more information or to schedule an appointment.