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The Mount Scopus Botanical Garden and Native Species of Israel for Wider Cultivation in Gardens


The fern area of the Mt.Scopus Botanical Garden


A quiet shady bench outside the Second Temple burial cave complex


Archaeology as well as plants in the garden."The Nikkanor Cave" with the limestone
sarcophagus bearing the inscription"Here rests Nikkanor who did the doors" -
referring to the Alexandrian who donated the magnificent bronze doors of the Second Temple.


The burial caves


Lotus creticus


Retama raetam


Satureya thymbra


Spartium junceum

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