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All Articles Written By: Patrick Malcolm

1.   Palm Trees Suitable For Containers Used Outside And Inside Your Home Or Office by Patrick Malcolm
    If there is ever anything you want to know about Palm trees, then read this article as we look at the various Palm trees available.
    Distributed: 2007-05-25 15:43:00 | Word Count: 782 | Page Views: 8241 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.14
2.   The Modern Soft Yellow Banana Evolved From The Cooking Banana As The Number One Fruit In The World by Patrick Malcolm
    The early Spanish explorers introduced banana plants into America from Spain as a hardcore, large cooking banana, known as a Plantain banana. The amazing yellow fresh eating banana, that we know today sold by supermarkets, resulted from a mutation from the hardcore tissues of the parent plantain banana plant, that was then growing in Jamaica.
    Distributed: 2007-05-02 10:12:00 | Word Count: 1431 | Page Views: 8285 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 3.40
3.   Windmill Palm Trees, Tropical Accent Plants, Cold Hardy For Northern United States And Canada by Patrick Malcolm
    The Cold Hardy Windmill Fan Palm tree originated on the island of Chusan off the east coast of China, and the Windmill palm tree is often called the Chinese or Chusan Fan Palm. The Windmill Palm tree was named in Latin, Trachycarpus fortunei, after Robert Fortune, and after 158 years, in the year 2007, these Windmill Fan Palm trees are still growing gracefully as a distinguished, exotic, rare tree at Kew Gardens, a palm of noble bearing.
    Distributed: 2007-04-26 11:00:00 | Word Count: 853 | Page Views: 7593 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.36
4.   The Ancient Crinum Lily Inhabiting The Island Of St. Simon, And Sea Island, Ga. by Patrick Malcolm
    William Bartram, a notable, early American botanist, extensively explored the Island of St. Simons in Georgia; describing vividly the landscape, animals and plants in the area, along with his personal encounters with islanders, and in most cases, their generous offers of food, shelter and conversation and hospitality to him in March of the year 1774.
    Distributed: 2007-03-20 10:48:00 | Word Count: 856 | Page Views: 4691 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 2.80
5.   The History Of Almond Tree, Prunus Dulcis by Patrick Malcolm
    The ancient travelers and traders, who circulated back and forth over the Silk Road route between Greece and Turkey, used almonds in their commercial trading, in exchange for other expensive and desirable goods.
    Distributed: 2007-03-06 12:00:00 | Word Count: 694 | Page Views: 5425 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.50
6.   History Of Mulberry Trees, 'Morus Alba,' 'Morus Rubrum,' And 'Morus Nigra' by Patrick Malcolm
    Mulberry trees were well known in the ancient civilizations of the world. They were famous fruit trees, because of the delicious berry fruits that were abundantly produced by fast growing trees-loaded with huge green leaves that were eaten by livestock, along with the berries, and the leaves were used in the Orient to fatten silkworms for the silk trade.
    Distributed: 2007-02-23 14:00:00 | Word Count: 870 | Page Views: 7900 | Votes: 17 | Rating: 2.35
7.   The History And Evolution Of Banana Hybrids by Patrick Malcolm
    Bananas are the world's favorite fruit and many nations depend on banana trees to supply its citizens with this delicious food product to save them from famines. Bananas are available on markets year round and are rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, containing only small hollow seed that are infertile. Ornamental bananas, 'Musa ensete' and 'Musa nana' are inedible but in high demand for landscaping.
    Distributed: 2007-02-05 11:12:00 | Word Count: 794 | Page Views: 6183 | Votes: 12 | Rating: 2.58
8.   Rare Flowering Trees That Light Up Your Garden Landscape by Patrick Malcolm
    Flowering apricot trees offer spectacular flowering blooms earlier than any other flowering tree, sometimes blooming as early as January. This early flowering can result in cold weather damage in some areas of the United States.
    Distributed: 2007-01-24 13:24:00 | Word Count: 1231 | Page Views: 6338 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.27
9.   History Of Peach Trees, Prunus Persica by Patrick Malcolm
    Peach trees, Prunus persica, are originally believed to have come from China to the Mideast through the trade routes known to extend to Turkey and Iran (Persia). The peach seeds could be used to plant and grow trees throughout North Africa and Europe and finally were introduced to America in the mid 1500's. The first appearance of peaches in China may date back to 2000 BC.
    Distributed: 2007-01-17 11:00:00 | Word Count: 1481 | Page Views: 6516 | Votes: 11 | Rating: 2.27
10.   History Of Blueberry Plants by Patrick Malcolm
    Very few historical records exist on ancient blueberry culture in the Greek and Roman empires. Those cultures did use parts of the blueberry plants and fruit to eat or to treat ailments.
    Distributed: 2007-01-08 14:36:00 | Word Count: 1120 | Page Views: 7640 | Votes: 21 | Rating: 2.67
11.   History Of The Filbert (Hazelnut) by Patrick Malcolm
    The modern name for filberts has evolved from European folklore. The original name was connected with Saint Philbert's Day (Saint Filbert), the day that harvesting the nuts began, August 22nd, the day of observing the Saint's day of celebration.
    Distributed: 2006-12-26 12:36:00 | Word Count: 867 | Page Views: 6830 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 2.38
12.   Evergreen Shrubs And Hedges Are Important, Cold Hardy Landscape Specimen Plants by Patrick Malcolm
    Next to the landscape importance of trees is that of shrubs that grow in our gardens, parks, landscape foundation, street borders, and commercial landscapes. Thousands of different varieties of shrubs are grown to ornament lawns, yards, and borders, but only a few varieties are available to buy at your local nursery for planting, and growing.
    Distributed: 2006-12-13 10:19:00 | Word Count: 1483 | Page Views: 10859 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 1.60
13.   Palm Trees For Office Indoor Planting Or Outside In The Deep South by Patrick Malcolm
    Several types of palm trees can be grown outside or inside, if planted in a container. Palm trees grown in containers are suitable for low light office situations or indoors at homes in Northern States.
    Distributed: 2006-12-12 11:00:00 | Word Count: 795 | Page Views: 5986 | Votes: 9 | Rating: 1.67
14.   History Of Plum Trees And Their Hybrids by Patrick Malcolm
    The documentation of ancient plums growing in antiquity is sparse. The best evidence of that oldest existence is best documented through America's most famous pomologist, Luther Burbank, who reported in his twelve volume botanical literary classic, Small Fruits, Volume IV page 136, that the European plum, Prunus domestica, and its ancestor fruit originated in the Caucasus Mountains near the Caspian Sea.
    Distributed: 2006-12-08 11:12:00 | Word Count: 1478 | Page Views: 6330 | Votes: 7 | Rating: 2.00
15.   Ancient Bible References to Date Palm Trees, Phoenix dactylifera by Patrick Malcolm
    References to Date Palms from the Bible.
    Distributed: 2006-11-09 13:48:00 | Word Count: 1485 | Page Views: 9336 | Votes: 26 | Rating: 2.35
16.   Ancient Fig Trees Through History by Patrick Malcolm
    The fig tree, 'Ficus carica,' possibly originated in Northern Asia according to archeological fossil records. Spanish missionaries brought it to the United States in 1520. Historical Sumerian tablets record the use and consumption of figs in 2500 BC.
    Distributed: 2006-11-01 14:36:00 | Word Count: 1080 | Page Views: 5427 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.33
17.   Modern Fruit Trees Evolved From Ancient Historical Roots by Patrick Malcolm
    The rise and fall of ancient empires has developed parallel also to the establishment and destruction of advanced fruit tree orchards. Ancient fruit trees such as olive tree orchards increased the wealth and health of nations by feeding the populations, providing nutritious olive oil to light lamps in ancient houses at night, as food and a cooking medium, and for the purpose of anointing Kings and Queens.
    Distributed: 2006-10-27 11:36:00 | Word Count: 1052 | Page Views: 4499 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.19
18.   Ancient Explorers Discovered Unique Native Nut Trees Growing In America by Patrick Malcolm
    History of American nut trees.
    Distributed: 2006-10-19 10:48:00 | Word Count: 1404 | Page Views: 6767 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.31
19.   Cold Hardy Palm Trees for Northern Garden Planting by Patrick Malcolm
    Information about one of the very few palm trees that will grow in northern states, including New York!
    Distributed: 2006-10-05 15:48:00 | Word Count: 1255 | Page Views: 6603 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 2.13
20.   History of Introduced Fruits into America - Native American Fruit Trees and Hybrid Fruit Tree Improvements by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruits introduced into America, as well as others.
    Distributed: 2006-09-28 14:00:00 | Word Count: 1461 | Page Views: 6936 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.55
21.   Tissue Culture Applications To Improve Crops of Strawberries, Raspberries, and Blackberries by Patrick Malcolm
    Why berry plants "run out" and what is being done about it.
    Distributed: 2006-09-22 11:00:00 | Word Count: 763 | Page Views: 7944 | Votes: 24 | Rating: 2.08
22.   Canna Lily Sales Face a Chaotic Future by Patrick Malcolm
    Many agricultural plants that are reproduced by vegetative division face a mysterious problem that results in a decline in the clone vigor, and most farmers and nurserymen claim that the plant crop has "run out." A number of factors adversely affect the plant clone to the point that it becomes unproductive and uneconomical to continue growing.
    Distributed: 2006-09-14 11:12:00 | Word Count: 970 | Page Views: 7391 | Votes: 18 | Rating: 2.00
23.   History of the Cherry Tree by Patrick Malcolm
    A history of fruiting and flowering cherry trees.
    Distributed: 2006-08-24 12:00:00 | Word Count: 1210 | Page Views: 8278 | Votes: 21 | Rating: 2.14
24.   History of Walnuts by Patrick Malcolm
    Ever wanted to know the history of the good old Walnut? Learn of its history and other facts in this article.
    Distributed: 2006-08-18 10:00:00 | Word Count: 1111 | Page Views: 7547 | Votes: 16 | Rating: 2.44
25.   History of Wildlife Food: Nuts, Berries, Fruits, and Acorns by Patrick Malcolm
    For over 100 years hunting plantations have been planting fruit trees for wildlife food and shelter. Like the old English hunting plantations, today's hunters are realizing that big deer, strong bucks and graceful does, hardy turkey, fat quail, and dove come from supplementing what would otherwise experience a very mediocre diet by planting and growing berry plants, nut trees, fruit trees and acorns from oak trees, or muscadines from grapevines.
    Distributed: 2006-08-10 10:24:00 | Word Count: 916 | Page Views: 4615 | Votes: 10 | Rating: 1.70
26.   History of the Pecan by Patrick Malcolm
    Pecan trees, "Carya illinoinensis," grow in natural groves in bottom lands near rivers or lakes with nearby periodic overflowing water. Archeological remains and fossil evidence reveals that pecans were collected and stored by Indians, the original settlers and inhabitants of America, and the group now known as the "mound builders."
    Distributed: 2006-08-09 11:48:00 | Word Count: 1437 | Page Views: 5807 | Votes: 17 | Rating: 2.06

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