The pass was crowned with dense, dark forest--deodar, walnut, wild cherry, wild olive
, and wild pear, but mostly deodar, which is the Himalayan cedar; and under the shadow of the deodars stood a deserted shrine to Kali--who is Durga, who is Sitala, who is sometimes worshipped against the smallpox.
Among Ruskin's complete works 'Sesame and Lilies,' 'The Crown of Wild Olives
From the mountainside helipad, a dirt road skirts around groves of wild olive
trees to reach Painda Cheena village.
Meanwhile they chop down wild olive
trees without knowing that the leaves from this tree can both prevent as well as cure malaria.
The reserve has a unique biological diversity, with different species of plants such as Cedar, Sage, Al Nimt, Al Bout, Cactus, wild Olive
trees, and forests of Al Alalan trees.
Zubair Khattak (Director ORIC, KKKUK) briefed the audience about the collaborative working with SMEDA and especially about the success story of wild olive
conversion into edible verities and the model orchards development.
A few kilometers past this city, a narrow strip of asphalt leads to a steep hill covered with wild olive
trees known locally as 'kahu'.
Based on paleobotanical and archaeological investigations, early exploitation and use of wild olive
trees from the Near East to Spain have been documented since the Neolithic period [7, 8].
The adrenaline-pumping route is interspersed with gentle hiking through the wild olive
trees and mountain greenery.
Jebel Serj houses one of the most important nature reserves in Tunisia, because of its rich fauna (serval, fox, jackal, mongoose, hedgehog, peregrine falcon, booted eagle, Barbary partridge) and fauna (Montpellier maple, Kermes oak, wild olive
trees, Aleppo pine, carob, Barbary thuja), and the beauty of its natural sites including the famous cave of Ain Dhahab.
It includes everything from a recipe for Almond Flower Ice Cream to an explanation of Zambujeiro, which is a type of wild olive