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Botanic Gardens Valley
Nayot, The area south of the Botanical Gardens, from Sacher Park to the Gazelle Valley. Adjacent streets include Bezalel Bezeq, Harav Herzog and David Zvi Pinkas.
Closed valley under the authority of the Botanical Gardens. Urban Nature Survey Site No 69.
Botanical Gardens at Givat Ram
Givat Ram, Adjacent to the Nayot interchange and the Hebrew University Givat Ram Campus. Nearby streets include Bezalel Bezeq and Yehuda Burla.
One of Jerusalem’s two major botanical gardens, with cultivated plants representing habitats from all areas of the world. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 68.
Botanical Gardens at Mount Scopus
Mount Scopus, At the Hebrew University campus adjacent to Churchill St
A kind of museum about the ecology of Israel, its landscapes and different climate zones.Urban Nature Survey Site No. 13
Boyer Valley - Jubilee River
Bayit VeGan, Ramat Dania, Between two neighborhoods, close to school Bweiar. Streets near: Torah and Labor Day, Ginger.
A little nature, but a rich and varied habitats and species grows in the heart of the urban fabric. Site survey number 118 Urban Nature infrastructure
British Mandatory Cemetery
Mount Scopus, Adjacent to Hadassah Hospital and Churchill Blvd.
Urban Nature Survey Site No. 11. Well maintained cemetery with largest arbutus tree in Jerusalem
Kiryat Shmuel, Haviva Reich Lane and Brody Street.
This garden practices different methods of organic agriculture and permaculture.
Katamon, Bruria St., behind Yehoshua Bin Gamla 5
This garden is tended mainly by residents of the adjacent senior citizen’s home.
Nahlaot, Lod Street at the corner of Narkis Street
The Garden was established in 2009 after the success of a nearby garden for the enjoyment of the elderly as well as families.
Kiryat Yovel, Asbestos Valley decline from Kurchik St.
The garden was established in 2000 and has organic gardening plots.
Cairn genes Ein Kerem
Ir Ganim, Saifun street near the dandelion.
Cairn built, carried and prominent scattered around and around the ancient agricultural installations. Site survey number 144 Urban Nature infrastructure