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The Olive Tree in Ancient Egypt
Olive trees were grown from ancient Egypt to Crete. The Egyptian goddess Isis was credited with bringing knowledge of the plant to Egypt.

The Olive Tree in Ancient Greece
The olive tree was an ideal choice for farmers in ancient Greece.

The Olive Tree in Biblical History
Olive trees played a role in people's lives in the Holy Land during Biblical times.

The Paw Paw
The paw paw is a unique native fruit in America. This is a member of the custard apple family.

The Pleasures of Bulbs
Of all the ornamentals, bulbs are probably the most rewarding. They are so easy to grow, and add so much beauty to home landscapes. Whether we grow them in flower beds and borders or container gardens, they deserve a place in our landscapes.

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.

The Purple Coneflower
Judging by its popularity as an herbal remedy, purple coneflower is likely the leading flowering herb grown in the landscapes.

The Romantic Vines
Morning glories and other annual vines add romantic interest to the landscape. There are perennial and woody species of vines as well.

The September Garden Report
September ushers in a new gardening season. Fall in the garden is an invigorating time.

The Shady Landscape
The really hot days of summer are behind us. Before all of the memories of the growing season fade, think about the changes you might want to make next year in the landscape.

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