Just as the old man will never see the fruit of the carob tree
he plants, our civilization and species will never see what fruit is born out of 2014J.
Magpies scolded from the carob trees
, and a pair of hoopoes flew up from a muddy puddle.
Walking under a carob tree
the other evening, I smelled a strong scent of chlorine bleach.
According to the Bible, locusts were the food John the Baptist ate with wild honey as, "his diet in the wilderness," although more recent reading of the Bible gives his food to be the fruit of the carob trees
Black gold was the name Cypriots of the past gave carob trees
because their versatile, valuable pods were such an important source of revenue.
Having the only grinder in the region, will provide jobs for the villagers, encourage the villagers on planting carob trees
and cultivating their lands.
Nearly 18 kilometers square and cutting across 21 villages distributed in the districts of Marjayoun, Nabatieh and Jbeil, the area hosts a diversity of tree species, such as oak, bay laurels, hawthorns and carob trees
And they turned out to be carob trees
, which made the whole thing even more mysterious than the not knowing, because they didn't smell remotely of chocolate.
Set on plateaux either side of the spectacular Randidi Gorge, the 6,299m lay-out has stunning views over the Mediterranean as it winds its way through groves of olive and carob trees
The village is also known for its carob trees
which produce a sweet treacley substance used for syrup and toffee.
Several ancient and gnarled carob trees
grows by the cave.
in heavily watered parkway strips are also a hazard.