Dwarf Black Olive Bonsai Tree

Dwarf Black Olive Bonsai Tree, scientific name Bucida spinosa, is a tropical evergreen that is native to to Cuba, Caribbean and some parts of Florida.

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Additional Information

Scientific name: Bucida spinosa

Family: Combretaceae

Common Names: Dwarf Black Olive, Spiny Black Olive.

Origin: Native to Cuba, Caribbean and parts of Florida.

Appearance: This evergreen has a smooth trunk topped with a dense crown of small dark green, leathery leaves.

Flowering: It produces small creamy flowers during the growing season.

Outdoor/Indoor Use: Both.

Light Requirements: Full sun.

Water Requirements: Keep the soil slightly on the dryer side. Use quick draining soil mix. Never permit the soil to dry out completely.

Repotting: Repot every two to three years in late winter.

Hardiness: Grows best in the USDA Zones 10B – 11. Needs to be protected from the temperatures below 40F.

Insects and Diseases: Usually healthy. Scale, mites, bark borers, sooty mold.

Propagation: By seeds, cuttings, and air-layering.

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  1. I personally like to use slow release fertilizer that lasts up to 6 months and doesn’t
    get washed away after 2-three rains. I understand it doesn’t look good
    with all these brown leaves hanging down, however wait till they
    are dry. Pinnate leaves are characterized by leaves along each facet of a central axis,
    related in design to that of a feather. To finish
    a tropical-impressed space, choose a lamp that appears natural equivalent to one with
    inexperienced faux leaves and a put up with earthy colors such as
    dark brown and beige. Unripe dates are green in coloration, as they
    mature they turn into a reddish brown or dark brown in shade.
    The palmate-leaved species are characterized
    by a leaf construction in which all leaf segments arise from a single level, similar to the
    structure of a human hand. In any case every carpel accommodates
    however a single ovule. In case you’re wondering – elimination of the furry stuff
    does not affect the plant’s hardiness.

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