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The Lebron Foundation

Value, value exchange, and being valuable
The Lebron Foundation serves as a pathway to secure value and invest in physical farmhouses that enhance a location, encompassing various other events under its umbrella.


By employing the miraculous mathematics of love's power towards others and producing tangible elements within this physical reality elements one can see, touch, smell, and reminisce about, while others can also experience and share in their value this place becomes invaluable. Here, your identity and worth transcend mere numbers.

It represents the Eternal Ring, a formula embodying the magic of reflection and possessing a comprehensive master plan. 

It epitomizes the concept of Return on Investing: tangible, visible, edible, divisible, and touchable.


Edible Fruit Trees

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the 33 Most Common Edible Fruit Trees in Southern Europe

There is a myriad of varieties of edible fruit trees, the exact count influenced by factors like geographical region, climate, and specific cultivars. However, to provide a general overview, hundreds of species and cultivars of fruit-bearing trees produce edible fruits globally.


Some prevalent examples include apple trees, pear trees, peach trees, plum trees, cherry trees, citrus trees (such as orange, lemon, lime), fig trees, avocado trees, mango trees, and many more. Each type of fruit tree may also boast multiple cultivars with distinct flavors, sizes, and characteristics.

Overall, the diversity of edible fruit trees is extensive and diverse, offering a wide array of choices for individuals residing on farms to cultivate orchards and revel in the abundance they bring.

Olive Tree

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Story: The olive tree is a symbol of peace, wisdom, and prosperity. Olives have been cultivated for thousands of years for their oil, which is not only delicious but also rich in antioxidants and heart-healthy fats. Olive oil is a staple of Mediterranean cuisine and is celebrated for its flavor and health benefits

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Bloom: Spring, typically in May

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Fruits: Olives are harvested in late autumn or early winter

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Fig Tree

Figs are one of the oldest cultivated fruits, prized for their sweetness and nutritional value. In ancient times, figs were considered a sacred fruit, associated with fertility and abundance. Today, figs are enjoyed fresh or dried and are used in a variety of dishes, from salads to desserts.

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Bloom: Spring, around April or May

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Fruits: Figs are harvested in late summer or early autumn

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