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Photographs of the trees in magnification Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
The emblem of the city of Tel Aviv Community Urban Nature Park
The habitats of hamra-type lands are a disappearing natural asset. A community nature park has been established here with the aim of preserving and restoring local plants of various species, typical of the habitat.
The park was established by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, in collaboration with neighborhood residents and students from kindergartens and schools.
This space is for your enjoyment, keep it!
For your use - photographs of the existing plants of the Land of Israel in the garden
Annual plants (Therophytes)
Lupinus palaestinus - blooms in winter / Inferior poppy (Papaver humile) - blooms in spring / Beautiful Marcia (Maresia pulchella) - blooms in winter / Cloven-Petalled Campion (Silene palaestina) - blooms in spring / Coast Chamomile (Anthemis leucanthemifolia) - blooms in spring / Silver nailroot (Paronychia argentea) - blooms in spring
Onion and tuberous plants (geophytes)
Tel Aviv garlic (Allium tel-avivense) - blooms in spring / Sea Squill (Urginea maritima) - blooms in autumn / Hyacinth Squill (Scilla hyacinthoides) - blooms in spring
Lilac Chaste Tree (Vitex agnus-castus) - blooms in summer / Lentisk (Pistacia lentiscus) - fruit in summer / Hispid Vipers bugloss (Echium angustifolium) - blooms in spring and summer / White Broom (Retama raetam) - blooms in winter / Hairy beard (Hyparrhenia hirta) - blooms in spring
Tabor Oak (Quercus ithaburensis) - Deciduous Tree / Fig Ficus (Ficus carica) - Fruit in Summer / Common Carob (Ceratonia siliqua) - Fruit in Summer / Common Jujube (Ziziphus spina-christi) - Fruit in Autumn
Photo: Sarah Gold, Yuval Sapir, Liav Shalem and Daniel L. Levy