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Address: 4285 Spyres Way

 

City/State/Zip: Modesto, CA, 95356

 

Phone: 855-819-7777

 

FAX: 855-828-6708

 

Website: vecchiotrees.com

 

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Olive Trees

A native of the Mediterranean region, the olive tree has been in cultivation since 2500 BC. As it dates back to the beginning of mankind, hundreds of varieties have been developed. The tree is easy to grow and will tolerate many soil types, but prefers the soil to be well drained. Vecchio Trees offers five of the top olive tree varieties from around the world; Arbequino, Manzanillo, Ascalano, Sevillano and the Fruitless Olive will all add beauty to your home. Zone 8-10.

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Citrus Trees

Dating back to Alexander the Great, the citrus tree has found its way into many cultures for landscapers and home gardeners in Florida, Arizona, California and along the Gulf Coast. A citrus tree is often the ideal choice as a landscape fruit tree. With its appealing shape, fragrant blossoms and edible fruit, a citrus can enhance any garden or estate. Zone 8-9.

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Almond Trees

The almond is botanically a stone fruit related to the cherry, the plum, and the peach. Almonds are mentioned as far back in history as the Bible. Their exact ancestry in unknown, but almonds are thought to have originated in China and Central Asia. The almond tree was brought to California from Spain in the mid-1700's by the Franciscan Padres. By the turn of the 20th century, the almond industry was firmly established in the Sacramento and San Joaquin areas of California's great Central Valley. Today we are equipped with the knowledge that time brings, transplanting this tree with ease and success.

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Olea Europea Trees

Experience Vecchio's award winning Olea Europea trees and service.??We stock several varieties??ranging from 36"box to 108"box ancient olive trees.

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Fruitless Olive Trees

Vecchio Trees, LLC now offers fruitless olive trees. Our sizes range from 24?? boxed up to 60?? boxed and are offered in various different varieties. Call a Vecchio representative for further questions.

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Olive Trees

A native of the Mediterranean region, the olive tree has been in cultivation since 2500 BC. As it dates back to the beginning of mankind, hundreds of varieties have been developed. The tree is easy to grow and will tolerate many soil types, but prefers the soil to be well drained. Vecchio Trees offers five of the top olive tree varieties from around the world; Arbequino, Manzanillo, Ascalano, Sevillano and the Fruitless Olive will all add beauty to your home. Zone 8-10.

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Citrus Trees

Dating back to Alexander the Great, the citrus tree has found its way into many cultures for landscapers and home gardeners in Florida, Arizona, California and along the Gulf Coast. A citrus tree is often the ideal choice as a landscape fruit tree. With its appealing shape, fragrant blossoms and edible fruit, a citrus can enhance any garden or estate. Zone 8-9.

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Almond Trees

The almond is botanically a stone fruit related to the cherry, the plum, and the peach. Almonds are mentioned as far back in history as the Bible. Their exact ancestry in unknown, but almonds are thought to have originated in China and Central Asia. The almond tree was brought to California from Spain in the mid-1700's by the Franciscan Padres. By the turn of the 20th century, the almond industry was firmly established in the Sacramento and San Joaquin areas of California's great Central Valley. Today we are equipped with the knowledge that time brings, transplanting this tree with ease and success.

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