Vegetation, also known as flora, is the collection of all the plants found in a certain land. The types of vegetation can be divided into trees - a plant with a trunk from which branches grow with leaves And the bushes, which also have a stem, but their height is low . Plants without a stem are called grasses or grass .
Flowers are the crowning glory of the plant world: they are actually the reproductive organ of the plants, and come in colorful and spectacular forms in order to attract insects that transport the pollen to distant places
Botanical gardens In botanical gardens there are concentrations of plants that are usually scattered over a large area, or are not found at all in the area where the botanical garden is located. Unlike plants in nature, the plants in the botanical garden are cataloged by signs that indicate details about the plant (name, scientific name, distribution areas, class, etc.).
On the site you can find the following botanical gardens: Israel - Tel Aviv Orchard - fruit tree orchard from Israel and other places - Ecological Botanical Garden - Abu Kabir (Tel Aviv University) - Tel Aviv - Independence Park
Rishon Lezion: - The Village Park - an old garden that has existed since 1884
Jerusalem: - The Mac and Tibby Podel Discovery Tree Walk - The Hebrew University, Givat Ram Campus
Ramat Gan: - The National Park
Portugal Mafra - Tapada - Hunting Park
Commemoration through trees Many times people or groups are immortalized through the planting of trees bearing their name, when in many cases the person immortalized also plants the tree bearing their name. For example, you can find trees planted by Haim Herzog , Abraham Beame (Mayor of New York) , Albert Einstein , Elsa Einstein and more Sometimes the trees are planted in the gardens where the personalities used to stay, for example Henrietta Szold , Shimon Peres
The places on the site that refer to the term Flora
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