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Today, Tu Bishvat is recognized as the holiday of dry fruits and planting. In the middle of every year, the children go to the forests of our country to harvest and plant, and to celebrate the holiday of the land. Customs such as eating the fruits of Israel and reciting a special prayer and blessings for Tu Bishvat have also been added over the years to celebrate it. All this gives it the festive character we are familiar with today, and it has even been nicknamed the “Festival for Trees”.