Olives are usually harvested in the green to purple stage, while canned black olives contain chemicals that artificially turn them black.
They have been cultivated for at least 5,000 to 6,000 years, and as far back as 3,000 B.C., grown commercially in Crete.
Though olives are not native to the Americas, there are approximately 865 million olive trees in the world today, mostly in the Mediterranean countries.
A tree or shrub species, also the pomaceous fruit of the trees.
A citrus, easy peeled fruit.
A tree native to Mexico and is from a flowering plant that bears a fruit.
Is a human between the stages of birth and puberty.
A species of a flowering plant holding an edible fruit called fig.
Have been around for 2 million years but considered an endangered species with only about 4,000 surviving in the wild today.
A citrus fruit.
A plant which contains about 100 species of shrubs and trees.
Is a US city located in the center of the state of Florida.