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Sign: Kfar Saba - The Tree Path - Tamarix aphylla

Jerusalem St 27, Kefar Sava, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל שביל העצים כפר סבא
אשל הפרקים
Tamarix aphylla (articulata)

משפחה: אשליים Tamaricaceae
מוצא: מערב אסיה | אפריקה
פריחה: אוגוסט-נובמבר
הפרי לא למאכל
[איור של הפרח והפרי]
עץ זה הוא חלק מ"גינת הארמון" של בית משפחת אהרוני. בית מידות בסגנון האקלקטי שנבנה על גבעה נישאה בקצה המערבי של המושבה כפר סבא, במחצית שנות ה-20 של המאה ה-20.
משפחת אהרוני, שעלתה לארץ ישראל לאחר מלחמת העולם הראשונה, בנתה כאן את "בית הקיץ" שלה, כדי שתוכל ליהנות מהבריזה הנושבת במרום הגבעה ולהימלט מהלחות של תל אביב.

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עיריית כפר סבא

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One of the signs in Kfar Saba’s "tree path", old or unique trees in the city.

The QR code previously pointed to the tree page in the "tree path", but after a change on the municipality’s website, the link points to the municipality’s home page.

The tree was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image

A detailed description of the tree can be found in the Moshava Garden in Rishon Lezion Click for sign's details

In 2023, the trail was refreshed, new trees were added, and the current sign was replaced by the next sign with the same text.
The new sign was photographed by Sharona Liman Click for a larger image

And on that day the tree was photographed by the same photographer Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
Kfar Saba tree path symbol
Tamarix aphylla (articulata)

Family: Tamaricaceae
Origin: West Asia | Africa
Flowering: August-November
The fruit is not eatable
[Illustration of the flower and fruit]
This tree is part of the "palace garden" of the Aharoni family home. An eclectic style mansion built on a hill was erected at the western end of the Kfar Saba colony in the mid-1920s.
The Aharoni family, who immigrated to Eretz Israel after World War I, built her "summer home" here so that they could enjoy the breeze blowing up the hill and escape the humidity of Tel Aviv.

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Municipality of Kfar Saba

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