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You can grow an olive tree in a concrete planter on a deck. They're really hardy, don't mind heat generated by their pot and don't require insects to pollinate them. I've had one for 16 years in a terracotta pot and although the pot keeps it small, it still rewards me with enough olives to brine for my pantry.
Not a very sexy shot, but I really like the idea of simple assembly of the Outdoor Living Kits and Products to help save on the overall cost of the product to the customer. Would glueing something together be worth it if it made the end product less expensive?