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
The contents of the sign are identical to those of the sign pointing to a vine, with the addition of the last line describing the Isabella strain Click for sign's details 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 Isabella Grape vine
Scientific name Vitis vinifera
The vine belongs to the Vitaceae family. It is a climbing plant, with broad, broken, palm-like leaves. The vine blooms in early spring and the grapes ripen in summer. At the end of the harvest, the vine leaves fall off, and bloom again in the spring. The vine fruit is used for food, wine production and grape production. From the vine leaves it is customary to make stuffed vine leaves. The vine is one of the seven species*
The cultural vine homeland in West Asia to India, and from there moved to the Middle East and Europe. Domesticated species of vines have existed since the dawn of mankind. Grapes and vine leaves have medicinal properties.
Isabella variety, is a highly durable edible grape variety in all purple grapes that contain seeds.
* "Seven species" - 7 types of plants mentioned in the Book of Deuteronomy, and which describe the agricultural abundance of the Land of Israel