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 text is the same as that of the mango tree, at the end of an addition on a mango-keitt variety 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 Mango Keitt
Scientific name: Mangifera indica
A tree from the Anacardiaceae family (the cashew family). Tropical tree, which originated in China and India, where it has been grown since ancient times. It arrived in Israel at the beginning of the 20th century. The tree blooms in spring. The fruit ripens in June-September. The popular variety, Mango Maya, was developed at the Volcanic Institute in the 1930s. The color of the fruit on the outside is green-orange, on the inside is orange, the core is large white. The variety known as Mango Keitt blooms in spring, in a white and dense bloom, the fruit is very large and its color is dark green. The fruit is very fleshy and sweet and without fiber. The fruit ripens in August-October.