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Sign: Tel Aviv Orchard - Clementine Michal

Bnei Dan St 8, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל תל אביב יפו חברת גני יהושע
ליהנות מהטבע להישאר בעיר
סמל העיר תל אביב יפו

קלמנטינה מיכל
שם מדעי Citrus x aurantium
עץ ממשפחת ההדרים. קלמַנטינה היא זן של פרי הדר הדומה בצורתו צבעו וטעמו לתפוז. הקלמנטינה, קלמנט רודיה (Clement Rodier) הוא הכומר הצרפתי-אלג’יראי, נוצרה מהכלאה שביצע במאה ה -19 הכליא טנג’רין (זן של מנדרינה) ים תיכוני עם חושחש (עץ הדר שפריו אינו אכיל ושגזעו משמש כ"כנה כלומר בסיס פריחת העץ בחודשי הרכבת עצי הדר אחרים). הפרי שהתקבל נקרא על שמו: קלמנטינה. האביב והפרי מבשיל על העץ בחודשים אוקטובר-נובמבר. זן מיכל נחשב לזן פופולארי מאוד, שכן פריו מתוק וקליפתו מתקלפת בקלות.
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The sign is part of the "Tel Aviv Orchard" in Hayarkon Park, an orchard of fruit trees from Israel and the world Click for sign's details

The tree was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Error The text on the sign is a copy of the text that appears under the Clementine tree Click for sign's details (With the addition of a line on the current variety). But in the present text there have been disturbances in the order of the lines. In the translation, the text appears as it should have

Translation of the text on the sign:
The logo of Tel Aviv-Jaffa - Ganai Yehoshua (Park Yehoshua Gardens)
Enjoy nature and stay in the city
The emblem of the city of Tel Aviv - Jaffa

Clementine Michal
Scientific name: Citrus x aurantium
A tree from the citrus family. Clementine is a variety of citrus fruit that is similar in shape, color and taste to orange. The clementine was created from a hybrid carried out in the 19th century by the French-Algerian priest Clement Rodier. He hybridized a Mediterranean tangerine (a variety of mandarin) with bitter orange (a citrus tree whose fruit is not edible and whose trunk is used as a rootstock, ie the base of the graftage of other citrus trees). The resulting fruit is named after him: clementine. Flowering of the tree in the spring and its fruit ripens on the tree in October-November. The Michal variety is considered a very popular variety, as its fruit is sweet and its peel peels easily.

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