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Eriobotrya japonica (Malta Eriği)

Assuming that the mainland was China, the merchandise precedence began to be cultivated in Japan, and later spread to the Mediterranean countries and Europe. Today, especially in astropic regions, the money produced in large quantities is mostly grown in the Mediterranean region of Turkey. The Maltese tree is a plant that can grow green in the summer and winter, and that plants do not plow their leaves. The tree, which can be dated up to 10 meters in average, has elliptical large leaves which are stacked on branch ends. These hard-built, deep leaves have a dark green top and rusty fur on the back. Malta is best grown in sandy or clayey soils. It is produced more by grafting, sometimes by seed.