The trees are of the Picholine variety, which originates in Southern France. I think it will add a nice flavor to the world renowned Gezer olive oil blend.
We usually don't plant trees until the fall, but this coming year is a Shmita year. This falls every 7th year, when the land is left fallow according to Jewish law. Since our oil is kosher, that means no planting trees. So we got them planted a month before the new Jewish year begins in late September. I hope the heat isn't too tough on them. I have to keep them watered every few days until it cools off and the rains (hopefully) arrive.