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Choosing Melon Varieties for the Garden
Choose melon varieties that are suited to your particular growing situation. Factors to consider include the length of the growing season, climate, and disease/insect issues.
Olive Tree in the Middle Ages
The olive tree played a role in human history under the eastern Roman Empire and among Christians
Outstanding Asian Persimmon Varieties
Of the superior Asian persimmon varieties, the following stand out from the crowd.
Winter melons ripen late in the season and store especially well, sometimes for several months.
Growing Conditions for Olives
Olives are easy to grow so long as they're provided with the right growing conditions. These are suitable for various regions of the U.S.
Pruning and Uses for Pears
Pears are an ancient fruit that can be used for many culinary purposes. The young trees require some pruning and training.
Astringency in Persimmons
There are both astringent and non-astringent persimmons. It is important to know which type you are dealing with before you attempt to use or eat it.
The best time to harvest melons is during the cooler part of the day. The flavor is generally better if these aren't chilled before serving.
Koroneiki, Picholine, and Other Olives
A number of olive varieties are suitable for American gardens. These include Koroneiki, Picholine, and others.
Selected Asian Persimmon Varieties
The following Asian persimmon varieties are well suited to American gardens.
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