Characteristics of the olive bonsai
Although it mainly prefers the external environment, the olive bonsai, as most of the fruit bonsai (from the apple tree to the peach tree, from the mandarin to the chestnut) lives without problems even in the internal environments, and therefore in the apartment, provided it can count on conditions similar to those typical of the natural habitat. As for the olive tree, we are dealing with an evergreen plant typical of the Mediterranean area. The original tree has a long-lived and massive structure, with the characteristic trunk, rich in cavities, twisted on itself, almost divided into different parts. The wild species, on the other hand, has a structure with reduced dimensions, and is therefore more suited to the creation of a bonsai.