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Land of the Bible
Far more than a "garden" showing various biblical plants, Neot Kedumim embodies the panorama and power of the landscapes that helped shape the values of the Bible and provided a rich vocabulary for expressing them.

05-24-09
Tree: (ficus sycomorus, a member of the fig family, no relation to the North American and European sycamore) Biblical Text: Luke 19:1-10   The Story: As Jesus approaches Jericho, Za...
05-06-09
Tree: (Phoenix dactylifera) Biblical Text: John 12:13 The Story: The First Palm Sunday As Jesus approaches Jerusalem, the people greet him with branches of date palms: "So they took...
05-12-09
Tree: Olive (Olea europaea)   Biblical Text: Romans 11:17-24   The Story: The Olive and Its Grafts "But if some of the branches were broken off, and you, a wild olive, were ...
10-26-09
Reap wheat with sickles as our ancestors did? Grind the grain into flour and bake pita-bread over an open fire? Pick olives from the trees and crush them into oil in an ancient press? Try you...
10-26-09
Hyssop, in the oregano family, was and is a popular spice in Israel. Here you can pick the fragrant leaves, crush them in mortars and pestles, dip some pita-bread in olive oil and our hyssop s...
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