One of the signs in Kfar Saba’s "tree path", old or unique trees in the city.
The QR code previously pointed to the tree page in the "tree path", but after a change on the municipality’s website, the link points to the municipality’s home page.
The tree was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image
In 2023, the trail was refreshed, new trees were added, and the current sign was replaced by the next sign with the same text.
The new sign was photographed by Sharona Liman Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Kfar Saba tree path symbol
Origin: Northwest Mexico Southwestern United States
The fruit is not edible
[Illustration of the flower and fruit]
This row of trees was planted in the mid-1920s, when the colony was established from its ruins after the events of 1921. The Washingtonia Avenue was planted by Menachem Druian, the first planter of citrus orchards in Kfar Saba. The boulevard marked the border of the family estate.
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Kfar Saba Municipality