The leaves are arranged opposite, and placed on very long petioles, 10 to 20 cm (3,93 - 7,87 in).
A pumpkin is a creeping plant whose shoots can reach up to 12 meters.
In the Aztec kingdom, vanilla flowers were once used to pay taxes.
Indian sesame is an annual plant that grows from 50 to 150 centimeters tall.
It is one of the most widespread trees in the eastern parts of North America.
Over 350 thousand people in the USA suffer from urushiol contact each year.
Sycamore leaves are lobed, single.
Pineapple fruits ripen in summer.
The pumpkin is native to South America and cultivated as early as 3,000 BC.
Rice comprising 25 species grows in hot and warm climates around the world.
Baobabs are often called upside-down trees because of the root-like appearance of their tangled branches.
Until the 19th century, Cerbera seeds were used in Madagascar during the ordeals.
Mandarines, usually eaten raw or blended into juice, are a common addition to various dishes in oriental cuisine.
Immature corn shoots accumulate the potent antibiotic substance DIMBOA.
One kilogram of dried vanilla pods is obtained from 6 kilograms of green pods.
The fruit consists of 90% water, so it is low in calories.
Avocado is rich in unsaturated fatty acids omega-3 and omega-6.