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If you don’t have a garden or you’re short on space, you can still grow olives. They will happily grow in large pots – just make sure they have plenty of sunshine and good drainage. Avoid planting in self-watering pots.
Cool winters are needed for flower bud initiation. Flowers which develop both male and female parts are called ‘perfect flowers’ are self-fertile and will bear fruit when pollinated. However, in less ideal conditions, some flowers will only develop male parts and as such will not produce any fruit.