http://www.elettrosmosi.it/?pifiods=iq-optzion&8d2=fa Madonna dell'Impruneta: This cultivar has always been cultivated in the southern Florentine hills (in the surrounding of Impruneta Town, famous for its terracotta bricks). A highly vigorous plant, it has a dense and wide head, hanging and fruit-bearing branches. Flowering usually occurs between the end of May and the very first day of June. The abundant and fertile flowers are incompatible or only partially compatible and therefore this plant needs other olive plants to be pollinated. The drupes have a big-medium size and an elongated shape, and reach a uniform and early maturity. The olives have a low resistance to detachment from the plant. The trees has good resistance to frost.

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