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Olive Tree in the Middle Ages
The olive tree played a role in human history under the eastern Roman Empire and among Christians

Olive Trees in Ancient Italy
Olive trees arrived in Italy prior to the Roman Empire. However, the empire was responsible for the spread of olive cultivation throughout the Mediterranean basin.

Olive Trees in Modern Europe
Olive trees continue to play a role in modern European life. To this day, olive oil remains an integral part of the Mediterranean diet.

Olive Use in Ancient Rome
Olive oil and olives were staples in the diet of the ancient Romans.

Olive Uses in Ancient Greece
Both olive oil and olives played important roles in the lives of the ancient Greeks.

Opposites Attract
When it comes to pleasing plant combinations for the landscape, think opposites. Opposing colors can be quite effective when they´re used in flower beds and mixed borders.

Orchids Book Review
Orchids continue to beguile gardeners. As each year passes, these become more popular. Publishers have released a number of titles on orchids that will be of particular interest to indoor and greenhouse gardeners.

Orient and Passe Crassone Pears
Fruit trees earn their keep. Pears are a good choice for most areas. Here are profiles of several varieties.

Origins of the London Plane Tree
The remarkable London plane tree has been around for three hundred years or so. It is a great addition to the landscape.

Ornamental Grasses for Small Landscapes
Everything seems to be large today. There are mega muffins, and super size fries. One-size-fits-all doesn´t apply to ornamental grasses. Many species are so huge they would overwhelm some landscapes. The solution is to choose smaller grasses.

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