Over 250 Israeli orchard trees were planted along a total of 1.5 km in a different walking trail.
The orchard is unique due to the variety of species planted in it, including figs of different kinds, pomegranates, almonds, carobs and strawberry trees.
Other species of local trees were also planted, such as jujubes, Mount Tabor oaks, and sycamores.
The orchard starts around Napoleon hill and continues along the Ayalon River to a meeting point with the Yarkon River.
In the future, the trees will also serve as an ecological corridor, and as a shaded grove for visitors, who will also be able to enjoy their fruits.