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Sign: Rishon LeTsiyon - The Village Park - Ficus Sycomorus


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Zadal St 5, Rishon LeTsiyon, Israel
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סמל מינהל איכות הסביבה - אגף קיימות וסביבה
סמל העיר ראשון לציון - ראשון לציון אתם במרכז

שקמה
FICUS SYCOMORUS


שם: פיקוס השקמה

מוצא: מזרח אפריקה הטרופית

תכונות: עץ נוי ופרי ירוק עד. מתנשא עד גובה 15 מ’. הפגות (הפרי) קבועות על ענפים היוצאים ישירות מתוך הגזע. הפירות חסרי זרעים וראויים למאכל.

סיפור: ביום העלייה לקרקע, טו’ באב תרמ"ב, טעו חלק ממייסדי ראשון לציון בדרכם אל אדמתם, ובמקום להגיע אל גבעת המושבה (כיום כיכר המייסדים), הם הגיעו אל גבעה תלולה ובראשה שקמה עתיקת יומין, כיום חלקת המייסדים בבית הקברות גני אסתר.

Symbol of the Environment Administration - Sustainability and Environment Division
Emblem of the city of Rishon Lezion - Rishon Lezion You are in the center

Name: Ficus Sycomorus

Origin: Tropical East Africa

Traits: Evergreen ornamental fruiting tree with a height of 15 meters. The fruit grows direct from the branches. Fruit is seedless and edible.

The story: On 15 Av 5642, corresponding to 31 July 1882, being foundation day, some of Rishon LeZion’s founders erred on their way to their land. Instead of reachirg the settlement’s hill, currently the location known as Kikar Hameyasdim (Founders’ Square) they reached a steep hill topped by an ancient sycomorus. This is currently in the Founders section of the Ganei Ester Cemetery.

גן המושבה • THE MOSHVA GARDEN
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A sign from a series depicting trees in the Moshava Garden in Rishon Lezion

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

The tree also appears in the Ecological Botanical Garden in Abu Kabir, Tel Aviv Click for sign's details




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