Tu Bishvat is on January 16, 2014. The Tu Bishvat seder is a flexible ritual with no set liturgy. This sample seder includes some common elements such as four cups of wine and four kinds of symbolic fruits. A seder for Tu Bishvat can focus on ecology, or Israel, or any of a number of other themes.Read more
Everything you need to know.
How the holiday developed.
Jewish sources single out trees as one of the most important aspects of the natural world.
A Tu Bishvat quiz.
This tie to the Land of Israel has been carried out in many ways.
Celebrating the tastes of Tu Bishvat.
Enjoy the holiday with this refreshing drink.
What to eat on the birthday of the trees.
A fruity birthday cake for the trees.
This book contains ideas for hosting seders for both adults and for children.
A modern seder with a mystical predecessor.
Tu Bishvat is not just for hippies anymore.
This act has always been held in high regard in Judaism.
A summary of holiday practices for Tu Bishvat.
This anthology offers biblical, rabbinic, medieval, and modern sources on the significance and history of Tu Bishvat.
Living with the consciousness that the world is a divine gift.
Kosher, local and yummy.
Biblical exegetes reflect on ecology and wanton destruction of life.
What trees can teach about relationships.
A Jewish perspective on a seminal essay of the modern environmentalist movement.