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The cultivation area of blueberries is the temperate and cold zones of the Northern Hemisphere. Blueberry bushes are extremely tenacious – their age can reach 100 years. The size of the berries is about 1.2 cm. They have a dark blue color with smoky spraying. Blueberries are actively used both in cooking and in pharmacology.
Cauliflower is one of the most popular subspecies of garden cabbage. In this cabbage an inflorescence is edible. Cauliflower is a very popular product and is grown all over the world. It is the most cultivated cabbage after the white cabbage.$1.75
Garlic is a popular vegetable crop. Now garlic is widely spread throughout the world. It is difficult to overestimate its importance in cooking and medicine. Garlic is actively used on an industrial scale, as a seasoning in sausages, meat products, in seasoning mixtures, sauces, etc.$6.00
Pak choi cabbage resembles a rosette, which is formed by dark green, smooth leaves, oval in shape, which does not form the head. The petioles are slightly white, thickened, densely pressed against each other. Plant height varies from 30 cm to 60 cm.
The homeland of potatoes, just like sweet potatoes, is South America. This vegetable is the most popular in the whole world and is used in almost all national dishes. The structure and taste of potatoes differ depending on the type of vegetable. Currently, there are about four thousand varieties of potatoes.$0.75
Beans are the oldest product that originated from America, it came to Europe along with the ships of Christopher Columbus. Nowadays, hundreds of varieties of beans grow on all continents of the world. These legumes are seen in the territory of almost each country.
Tomatoes are unique vegetables and are one of the most popular vegetables eaten. This is partly thanks to a large number of its sorts. Tomatoes are canned, pickled, salted, juice, tomato paste, a variety of sauces are made from them.$3.75
Watermelon is the name of the sort of plants and their fruits which are native to South Africa. Watermelon began to spread from Egypt, where, according to ancient sources, it was cultivated already in the 20th century BC.