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Pomegranate in Ancient Times
Pomegranate is among the oldest cultivated fruits. By around 4000 B.C., it was grown in Iran and Turkey.
Pomegranate in England and the New World
Pomegranate has been grown in England at least since the 1600s. The plant was introduced to the New World by the Spanish.
Pomegranate in Europe
The pomegranate plant reappeared in Europe some time after the fall of the Roman Empire. It was feature on medieval menus.
The Many Uses of Barberries
Barberry fruits can be used in so many different ways. The leaves, twigs, inner bark and roots are also quite useful.
Red mulberry is a fast growing, adaptable, native tree that is suitable for many areas of the U.S.
Pomegranate in Ancient Egypt
The pomegranate grew in both Egypt and Greece in ancient times.
Old World Mulberry History
Mulberries were grown during ancient times, especially in Asia. The ancient Greeks as well as the Romans cultivated the plants.
Pomegranate in Ancient Rome
The pomegranate was introduced to Rome from ancient Carthage. The ancient Romans grew various kinds of pomegranates.
Harvesting and Using Mulberries
Mulberries are versatile fruits that ripen over a fairly long season. These can be eaten fresh and used in many recipes.
The Pomegranate Fruit
The edible pomegranate is a very lovely, uniquely shaped fruit. The color of the rind, pulp, juice, and seeds can vary widely according to the variety.
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