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Olea europaea 'Frantoio' along with 'Leccino' are the two principal olive cultivars of Tuscany.

Olea europaea 'Koroneiki' is from the Peloponnese area of Greece and produces small olives that yield exceptional oil.

Olea europaea 'Manzanillo' is a the most important Spanish olive. It originated near Seville.

Olea europaea 'Manzanillo' is a the most important Spanish olive. It originated near Seville.

Olea europaea 'Maurino' is an excellent Tuscan olive oil cultivar that produces a delicate and aromatic oil.

Olea europaea 'Mission' is a distinctive Californian cultivar developed in the 1780s by Franciscan monks .

Olea europaea 'Nocellara' hails from the Valle de Belice area of Sicily and is used to produce Castelvetrano olives.

Olea europaea 'Pendolino' is an old Italian variety with nice pendulous branches and high fruit production.

Olea europaea 'Taggiasca' is the most common variety grown in Liguria, Italy along the Mediterranean adjacent to France.

Carpets of small, forget-me-not blue flowers with white edges.

Opuntia aurea 'Coombes Winter Glow' is a hardy evergreen Prickly Pear with bright pink flowers and green pads that turn dark purple in winter.

'Peachy' is a beavertail cactus (Opuntia basilaris) with glowing deep pink flowers on powder blue pads.

Opuntia basilaris var. brachyclada 'San Bernardino' is a cylindrical-leaved beavertail prickly pear cactus.

Opuntia basilaris x violacea has large, light blue pads that flush with pink.

Opuntia fragilis 'Alberta Sunset' has yellow flowers aging to apricot and pink with nearly spineless pads.

Opuntia fragilis 'Dwarf Golden' has small 1/2" pads with golden glochids & spines and yellow flowers.

Opuntia fragilis 'Jason Owens' is a handsome form with muscular, dark green pads and few thorns.

Opuntia fragilis 'Little Grey Mound' has yellow flowers, reddish-brown spines and green pads that turn bluish-purple in the winter.

Opuntia fragilis 'Michigan Tiny Form' is a peculiar dwarf form with cylindrical pads an inch long by a 1/4" wide.

'Neon Gold' is a likely hybrid involving Opuntia fragilis with golden spines & pads and golden flowers with salmon tints.

Opuntia fragilis 'Pender Island Form' is a lovely, vigorous form that hails from BC's Gulf Islands.