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fig
a sweet,pear-shaped,many seeded fruit that grows in warm regions
olive
the small,oval,greenish or blackish fruit of a tree native to the Mediterranean region
barley
a grain-bearing grass with seeds
used as food
myrtle
a shrub with evergreen leaves,white or pinkish flowers,and blackish berries
flax
a plant with blue flowers,seeds that yield linseed oil,and stems that yield a light-colored fiber
from which linen is made
cypress
an evergreen tree of warm regions with small,scalelike needles
date palm
the tree which produces sweet,one seeded,oval or oblong fruit. Jericho was called "the city of palm trees".
grape vine
the vine which was so prolific that the scouts exploring Canaan returned bearing large clusters of their grapes
lentil
the round,flat,edible seed of a pod-bearing plant related to the beans and peas
coriander
a plant with spicy seeds used as seasoning
mustard
a plant with yellow flowers and tiny,sharp tasting seeds that grow to become trees reaching a height of about 15 feet
almond
one of the most valued trees of the ancient world,known both for the beauty of its flowers and for its fruit which could be eaten or pressed into oil