Artichoke

The artichoke has Arab origins. The artichoke originates from the Mediterranean coast, probably from Sicily or from Egypt or from the Canary Islands. According to mythology, it tells that the god Jupiter fell in love with Cynara a beautiful blond girl (ash blond), who...

The Datiles

The datiles are the fruits of date palms (Phoenix dactylifera) a palm belonging to the family of the Arecaceae that can reach 30 meters in height. Date palm trees grow naturally in North Africa. They can be seen in great abundance in Arabia, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria,...

The FIG tree

The fig tree (Ficus carica L.) is a typical dryland tree in Mediterranean countries. The only fig trees to which special care is applied, in many regions, are brevales, due to the economic interest of their first crop, that of brevae. More than 750 species are known...

The Pomegranate

The pomegranate comes from the Middle East, the interior of Asia Minor, the Transcaucasia, Iran and the highlands of Turkmenistan. It was cultivated by Greeks and Phoenicians, who introduced it to Carthage. Other well-known are: Albar, San Felipe or Valenciana,...

Orange

Orange is an edible citrus fruit, obtained from sweet orange, native to India, Vietnam or Southeast China, probably coming from Portugal long ago to our region. Oranges are produced throughout our region, being another of the main citrus producers. The variety of our...

The Lemon

The lemon tree originates from northern Burma and southern China. In the western world it was first cultivated on the Italian peninsula and in Sicily. Its cultivation in Palestine was implanted in century XIII, arriving later to be imposed in Spain, in the semi-arid...