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Growing Cacao or Chocolate Tree
The cacao or chocolate tree is of tropical origin.

The Cacao or Chocolate Tree
The cacao or chocolate tree originated in South and Central America.

History of the Cacao or Chocolate Tree
Cacao was apparently used by the Mayans about two thousand years ago in Mexico and Central America.

Chocolate in England and the U.S.
The English were able to enjoy chocolate decades before it was manufactured in the U.S.

Chocolate in Europe
Chocolate has been around in Europe for over 400 years. It first reached the Spanish.

Valentine's Gifts 2012
Cut flowers and pot plants are by far the most appropriate Valentine's gifts.

Growing Grapefruits
The grapefruit grows very well in some parts of the U.S. These are suitable for home gardens in warm climates.

Pears in the New World
Pear trees were planted early in Colonial America by Europeans.

Spinach for the Edible Landscape
Spinach is an ideal choice for the kitchen garden.

Growing Citron
Citron is a rather uncommon citrus. This does well in tropical regions.

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