10.11.2018 | 10:00 - 12:00

Ganei Yehoshua

Nature Conservation And Wild Flower Sowing at Rosh Tsipor


The annual wildflower planting event will take place next to the new birdwatching park, so take the opportunity to drop by on your way there (free admission).

During the annual planting event, visitors will sow wildflowers and plant bulbs of plants characteristic of the Tel Aviv region, such as lupine, poppy, catchfly, chamomile, daffodil and drimia.

The event will be with an explanation on urban nature restoration in general and on restoring the botanical garden in particular, offered by Park ecologist Liav Shalem. We will then head out to the nearby planting site.

Please note:
* You are kindly requested to show up with closed-toe shoes, hats and drinking water.
* We recommend that you bring a bucket and a hand trowel.

Exact Location: Rosh Tsipor, next to the birdwatching park.
Parking: Parking at the farm parking lot in Ramat Gan, opposite house no. 74 is advised.

Audience: For the whole family.

Price: Free of charge.