Kalamata Olive Tree
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Kalamata olives are the best olive type for food is
considered the Greek "Kalamata Olive" (Calamon Olive), an almond-shaped Greek
olive that ranges in length from about 1/2 to 1 inch.
Kalamata olives (Calamon) are a dark eggplant color and have an excellent flavor that can be rich and fruity. They're often slit to allow the wine vinegar "Marinade" in which they're soaked to penetrate the flesh. Kalamata olives are marketed packed in either olive oil or vinegar.
Greek olives are not treated with lye. They are strong tasting because they are just packed in dry salt, or pickled in brine for 6 to 12 months (where they undergo a process of lactic fermentation), and finally packed in fresh brine
|This picture is from last year trees, they are more mature with 4 to 5 inch trunks and 5 feet. Sculpted with low branching.||Kalamata fruit is highly prized for its unique flavor. Kalamata trees are always in short supply.|
|Plant & Size||Specs||Code||Price||Buy|
|Kalamata liner pot||12 to 18 inches tall - 3 years until fruit||FtrOlKallnr||April 2010|
|Kalamata #1 pot||24 to 36 inches tall -||FtrOlKal1||April 2010|
|Kalamata #5 pot||3 to 4 feet, light, will start producing fruit next season summer of 2007, highest quality olive fruit.||FtrOlKal05||$62.00|
|Kalamata #15||5 feet and bushy, fruit producing||FtrOlKal15||$250.00||April 2010|
|Kalamata 24 box||5 to 7 feet and bushy, fruit producing||FtrOlKal24||$600.00||June 2010|
|Kalamata field dug||5 to 7 feet, strong low branching, 4" trunks. Very hard to get. An excellent fruit producing size tree. Ultimate plant for the home curing olive lover.||FtrOlKalfldg||$1275.00|
|These 25 gallon Arbequnia olive trees are already producing strong crops of olive fruit. Plants are $325.00 each||Kalamata olives, among the finest olives grown, large trees (7 ft x 6 ft and heavy fruiting) start from $1350.00|
|Kalamata olive fruit||Kalamata olive fruit|
|Kalamata olive fruit in foreground, Arbequnia in background. Kalamata typically has much larger fruit.||Kalamata olive fruit in foreground, Arbequnia in background. Kalamata typically has much larger fruit. Arbequnia has a more "egg" shape to it.|