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Sign: Ramat Gan - Jonathan Trail - River Red Gum


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Rokach St 143, Ramat Gan, Israel
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אֵקָלִיפְּטוּס הַמַּקוֹר
מוצאו מאוסטרליה, הובא לארץ וניטע בשטחים מוצפים, כיוון שיצא לו מוניטין של "מייבש הביצות". לימים התברר, שלמרות עמידותו בתנאי הצפה, הוא חסכוני בצריכת מים ולא יעיל כמייבש ביצות.
העלים מדיפים ריח מיוחד שמקורו בשמן האתרי שבתוכם, ומוסיפים אותו לתכשירי קוסמטיקה, למיני מתיקה ולתכשירים רפואיים.
דבש האקליפטוס ידוע באיכותו, והדבוראים נוהגים להניח כוורות סמוך לחורשות עצי אקליפטוס.

River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis)
Originating in Australia, these trees were brought to Israel and planted in wetlands due to their reputation as "swamp dryers". However, it became clear over time that, while able to withstand flooding, these trees were not large-scale water consumer and, therefore, inefficient for drying swamps.
Eucalyptus leaves emit a unique aroma due to the essential oil they contain, which is added to various cosmetic products, candies and medical preparations. Eucalyptus honey is famous, for its quality; beekeepers often place their hives near stands of eucalyptus trees.
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