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Sign: Kfar Saba - The Tree Path - Norfolk Island pine


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Ha-Emek St 10, Kefar Sava, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל משמר האילנות כפר סבא
קוד QR Tree navigation
סמל מיתוג של העיר כפר סבא

אראוקריה רמה
Araucaria heterophylla

משפחה: אראוקריים Araucariacea
מוצא: אוסטרליה
פריחה: אביב
ירוק עד
הפרי לא למאכל

[איור של הפרח והפרי]

שני עצים אילו ניטעו ע"י אביהו ידפת שהיה אז בן 7, בט"ו-בשבט בשנת 1932, עם חנוכת הבית בקצה המושבה. המנהג לנטוע עצים בחזית הבית לציון ארועים משפחתיים וציוני דרך בחיים היה נפוץ במושבות ארץ ישראל.
בתמונות. אביהו עודר ליד עץ הארוקדיה (צולם בשנת 1935).
אביהו, עמנואל ותמר יודלביץ’ בני המשפחה בצל העצים שגדלו (1938).

למידע נוסף סרקו את הברקוד The tree path in Kfar Saba
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One of the signs in Kfar Saba’s "tree path", old or unique trees in the city.

The tree was photographed several months earlier by the same photographer Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
The symbol of the Kfar Saba Ilanot Guard
QR code Tree navigation
Branding symbol of the city of Kfar Saba

Norfolk Island pine
Araucaria heterophylla

Family: Araucariacea
Origin: Australia
Flowering: spring
Evergreen
The fruit is not edible

[Illustration of the flower and the fruit]

Two trees were planted by Avihu Yodfat, who was 7 years old at the time, in Tu-Bishvat in 1932, with the dedication of the house at the edge of the settlement. The custom of planting trees in front of the house to mark family events and milestones in life was common in the colonies of Eretz Israel.
in pictures. Avihu plowed the land near the Araucaria tree (photographed in 1935).
Avihu, Emanuel and Tamar Yodelevich, the members of the family in the shade of the trees that grew (1938).

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