It has olives that appear to be almost ripe. I don't know whether these olives will be harvested and pressed or not, since it appears Niner has already processed this year's olives from its other locations. Perhaps these trees are for ornamental purposes only this year.
This is how the olives looked on November 19.
|Olives at Niner's Heart Hill Location, Nov. 19, 2015,|
|Olives at Niner's Heart Hill Location, August 8, 2015|
Unlike many other pit fruits, if you pick an olive off the tree to eat, you will be sorry. They are only edible after they have been processed.