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Zambujeira-- Wild Olive tree

 
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Hello All,
Was wondering if anyone has ever tried grafting olive (olea europea) onto wild olive (plea europea var. sylvestris)? It seems it would work right? There are lots of large wild olives trees in my garden, and I don't want to remove them, but would be nice if they could serve as the support (in part) for some olives for consumption/oil etc.
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I have never troed it - but as far as I know all the manzanilla i have are grafted
 
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