What is there to see? 7.5.17-20.5.17

07 May
It is the tail-end of spring and the Gardens are green and fresh. Days are pleasant and very suitable for strolling about, especially in the afternoon when the Gardens are enveloped ...

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English lectures in May

07 May
A lecture by Joseph Clements, a Kew Diploma Student: How to Grow Your Own Chair - An Overview on Living Tree Sculpture Tuesday, May 9th, 12:00, at the upper lecture room ...

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What is there to see? 23.4.17-6.5.17

23 Apr
It is the end of Spring and the Botanical Gardens are all fresh and green. There is beauty and pleasantness wherever you go, enveloped in vivid voices of local animals and ...

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Family Gardening

14 Apr

The whole family is invited to learn how to plan, set up and cultivate your own home garden – in a backyard or on a balcony ** please note the …

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Passover 2017: “The Nature of Things” free entry courtesy of HaPoalim Bank

08 Apr

Passover 2017: “The Nature of Things”  Free entry courtesy of HaPoalim Bank This Passover we are inviting visitors to enjoy the beuty of nature in spring in the center of …

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Recommended this week 5.3.17-11.3.17

05 Mar

It is the beginning of March and at the Gardens spring awakens. Our lake still seems colorless and deserted but for the Bald Cypress planted on the island. It is …

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February- March Activities

17 Feb
The Gardens runs open and pre-booked monthly events. The list for February and March includes botanical tours, walking tours, lectures and family fun activities in Hebrew, English and Russian. Know ...

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Tropical Conservatory Closed for Refurbishment

12 Feb

The tropical conservatory is closed for refurbishment. Reopening is expected next winter.

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Changes in Entry Gates

26 Oct

Entry to the Garden on all days of the week is through the lower entrance. Nayot gate next to the Supermarket is permanently closed.  

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