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Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden

The Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden is a blooming paradise on four hectares with a rich array of 3,800 species drawn from Israel’s diverse landscape and from around the world. It is open to the public, but also serves as an outdoor classroom and a laboratory for scientists.
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This Botanical Garden trail leads visitors into a Mediterranean scrub plot with Israeli flora. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)
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This Botanical Garden trail leads visitors into a Mediterranean scrub plot with Israeli flora. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)

Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden Director Yuval Sapir uses the garden to teach students about the flora in Israel’s many diverse landscapes. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)
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Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden Director Yuval Sapir uses the garden to teach students about the flora in Israel’s many diverse landscapes. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)

Various treatments are tested on diseased wheat plants. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)
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Various treatments are tested on diseased wheat plants. (Tel Aviv University Botanical Garden)

Persian Cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) is the national flower of Israel. A winter flower, the flower is upside down. (Garden's)
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Persian Cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) is the national flower of Israel. A winter flower, the flower is upside down. (Garden's)

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