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New Course at Ramat Hanadiv: Native Israeli Plants

 

 
 
For all lovers of wildflowers -- teachers, tour guides, gardeners, landscape architects and everyone else - Ramat Hanadiv is delighted to announce a brand-new, professional-level course that promises to be as colourful as it is fascinating.
Led by the staff of the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, this series of lectures and study tours will explore the world of native Israeli plants. Participants will learn about the major botanical families, plants that are particularly valuable to people, beautiful flowers that have unique biological characteristics, and how to recognize and define them all.
The course (in Hebrew only) will begin in January, 2016, and will include:
•    10 weekly meetings on Thursdays, from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., at Ramat Hanadiv's Visitors Pavilion;
•    5 day-trips throughout Israel
Lecturers and guides: Dr. Ori Fragman-Sapir, Dr. Erga Aloni, Dr. Racheli Schwartz-Tzachor, Liat Hadar and Dr. Tzach Glaser.  
 
Schedule:
  Date Time   Topic  Notes
1 7.1.2016 15:00 18:00 Introduction; Identifying and Categorizing Plants; Life Forms      
2 14.1.2016 15:00 18:00 Israeli Trees and Non-flowering Plants     
3 21.1.2016 15:00 18:00 Native Israeli Landscapes; Phytogeography; Rare Plants  
4 28.1.2016 15:00 18:00 Native Israeli Landscapes; Phytogeography; Rare Plants  
5 4.2.2016 15:00 18:00  Liliaceae and Orchidaceae   
6 11.2.2016 15:00 18:00 Ranunculaceae, Chenopodiaceae, and Brassicaceae     
7 18.2.2016 13:00 17:00 Tour of the Coastal Sands (half day)     Note hours
8 25.2.2016 15:00 18:00  Legumes and Rosaceae     Full day; meet at Mishor
Adumim petrol station
9 3.3.2016 09:00 18:00 Mediterranean/Desert Tour: From Jerusalem to the Dead Sea Note hours
10 10.3.2016 10:00 13:00
 10 am-1 pm    Tour of the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens, Givat Ram: Gardening with Wildflowers
 
11 17.3.2016 15:00 18:00 Boraginaceae, Labiateae, Scrophulariaceae     
12 31.3.2016 13:00 16:00 Tour of Ramat Hanadiv   
13 7.4.2016 15:00 18:00 Geraniaceae   
14 14.4.2016 15:00 18:00 Umbelliferae  and Compositaceae     
15 19.4.2016 09:00 18:00  Tour in the Galilee Note: Tour is on Tuesday, not Thursday!

The price of the course is NIS 1950.

For further information and registration, please contact: Odelya Aroshes, Course Coordinator, tel. 02-6794012 or 052-4472409; or e-mail:  jbotanic@inter.net.il

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