Our olive trees live in a beautiful family orchard in the heart of the famous Texas Hill Country in Dripping Springs. Rolling hills and 100-year-old oak trees dot the landscape, and our orchard is nestled right between these majestic oaks and the big blue sky of Texas.
We grow five types of olive trees. You can choose which tree you would like to adopt:
This is a beautiful weeping olive tree with narrow soft green leaves that have an almost silver flicker in the sunlight. The tree makes small but delicious green and black olives as well as buttery-flavored oil with a hint of pepper.
As the Arbequina olives begin to ripen, various brilliant colors begin to appear on the once green olives, progressing from purple to black. The precious oil from this tree is buttery and a bit sweet, reminiscent of melons and grapes.
The Mission is an evergreen which will grow to a ripe old age (500+ years). It is tall with soft gray-green foliage that produces buttery-flavored, bright gold oil.
This fast growing olive tree with gray-green leaves produces strong, peppery-flavored olives and oil that is prized for high polyphenol levels.
This vigorous growing olive tree has gray leaves that are graceful and airy. The small to medium sized fruit produces delicious, light tasting oil.