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Carrots can be left in the ground over the winter. Which is useful considering in its native land of Iraq and Afghanistan night time temperature n the winter can get below freezing. Carrots are made up of 88% water, and were brought to America during the 17th Century


Okra is in the same family as Hollyhock, Hibiscus, and Certain Roses. Okra also goes by the name "Gumbo" or "Ladyfingers". Though its origins stem from Ethiopia, Okra was popularized in the southern region of Louisiana after being brought over in the 16th and 17th centuries.

Swiss Chard

Despite its name, Swiss Chard does not originally come from Switzerland. In fact, it can be traced back to Sicily in the Mediterranean and was first brought over to America during the 19th Century. Swiss Chard has over 10 different names including Seakale Beet, Strawberry Spinach, and Roman Kale.


Corn is grown on every continent with the exception of Antarctica. While it is normally considered a vegetable, corn is actually a grain and fruit. Corn's origins can be traced to Mexico.


Not only does jalapeño have a fairly decent amount of spice but it can actually help you lower blood pressure, fight migraine headaches & lose weight. Jalapeños are originally from Mexicoits and were the 1st peppers in space in 1982 on the space shuttle Columbia


In ancient times rosemary was believed to strengthen the memory; in literature and folklore it is an emblem of remembrance and fidelity. Unlike many other herbs, like basil, rosemary retains its fragrance even when dried and stored in glass. One could say it remembers its scent. It was first brought to America during the 17th Century, but Rosemary is Native to the Mediterranean.


There is little difference between dill and cilantro, except for growing conditions. Cilantro is grown in hot tropical climates such as Mexico where dill grows in cooler temperate climates such as Europe, Russia, and North America.


The Aztecs originally called them “plants that are hard on the eyes” because of their colorful flowers. Speaking of the Aztecs this flower is native to Mexico! Zinnia was the flower of the state of Indiana in the United States from 1931 – 1957 and was brought to America during the 16th Century.

Green Bean

Greens beans Contain Nutrients that help prevent Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases & Cancer. The green bean is an annual plant which means that it finishes its life cycle in one year. Green Beans find their origin in Peru.


Native to Mexico, Aztecs believed that the marigold has protective properties and was used to treat burns that resulted from lightning strikes. Dyes extracted from the Marigold flowers are used in the textile and food industry.


Broccoli is a giant bundle of unopened flowers. Broccoli finds its roots in Italy and was brought to America during the 20th Century. To eliminate the smell of broccoli, add a slice of bread to the pot.