- Outdoor sections
- Dworsky Tropical Conservatory
- Bible trail and audioguide
- African savannah grass maze
Botanical Gardens Events
Saving salvias, a step-by-step guide to stem cuttings, Chinese gardens, and spotlights on hawthorns and olive trees - find out about all these and more in the October to December 2013 issue of our magazine, A Garden View, now online!
Registration is open for courses beginning in the fall and this year, there's a wider choice than ever! Whether your'e a professional gardener wanting to deepen your knowledge, or an amateur just starting out with balcony pots, there's something for everyone!
In addition to Bonsai, orchids, flower-arranging and other favorites, the new year's roster includes two new courses. One explores herbal and medicinal plants in the Jewish sources and how we can integrate them into our daily lives. The other provides insider's tips on using plants to keep the brain, senses and memory in tip-top condition! All courses are in Hebrew.
Information and store:
The Gardens' store is offering a range of unique items, many of them carrying the botanical sketches of the late Ruth Koppel. The store is also the place to check out information about what's on at the Gardens, available courses, etc.
From the Director General
It is said that ten measures of beauty descended upon the world and that nine of them were taken by Jerusalem. That's quite a reputation to live up to!
At the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, we are constantly working to create a place of beauty, tranquility and peace in the heart of our complex city; to provide green vistas, enchanted corners, cooling water pools, and the largest plant collection in the country.
We welcome visitors from all sectors of society, from Jerusalem, Israel and overseas and we try to offer something for everyone, from tours and educational programs, to festivals and cultural events.
Please visit us, join our Friends organization, and become part of our efforts to green the City of Gold!
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