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Cantaloupes and Muskmelons
Cantaloupes are two of the more commonly grown types of melons. They were both originally native to India and Iran.

Barouni and Other Olive Varieties
Many varieties of olives are grown around the world. Only some of them are cultivated in America, such as Barouni and and Coratina.

Outstanding American Persimmon Varieties
Named varieties of American persimmons are generally superior to seedlings. Some of the outstanding types include the following.

History and Use of Melons
Melons have a long, interesting history in Europe and the New World.

Splitleaf Philodendron
Splitleaf philodendron is a stunning foliage houseplant that bears edible fruits.

Mission and Frantoio Olives
Mission and Frantoio olive trees are suitable for some regions of America. These are only two of the olive varieties that are grown in the U.S.

Great American Persimmon Varieties
There are a number of superior American persimmon varieties. These include Szukis, Yates and others.

Growing and Caring for Melon Plants
Melons are grown around the world. In America, they're a common crop in all regions, especially the Imperial Valley of California.

Pendolino, Picual, and Other Olive Varieties
Pendolino, Picual, and Sevillano are only some of the olive varieties that are grown in the U.S.

Growing African Violets
An African violet in full bloom is a sight to behold. These are easy to grow houseplants that bloom year round.

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