A 100-year-old olive tree is more expensive than a young olive tree. How much does it cost?

There are many different olive trees. 100-year-old olive trees with a unique shape, which are large or in a perfect condition, are more expensive than regular 100-year-old Olea europaea trees.

Moreover, the price is higher if transport is difficult. Is the olive tree just planted in the garden or is it on the roof of a skyscraper in Dubai? That, of course, makes a difference.

In general, we can say that a 100-year-old olive tree costs somewhere between 250 and 1,000 euros, excluding transport. That is nothing compared to 1,000-year-old olive trees. Those old olive trees can cost tens of thousands of euros. They are rare and many rich foreigners love them.

Finca Hermosa Finca Hermosa is an olive farm in Spain. Our olive trees are shipped directly from Spain to customers all over the world.

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