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  • Rose Of Jericho

    Rose of Jericho - Resurrection plant of Jesus

    Wonderful plant that grows in the holy land between Jerusalem and the old city of Jericho Along the Dead sea


    The real Jericho Rose – the fabulous plant that grows in the Holy Land, in the valley of the Dead Sea, in the vicinity of Jericho and in the Judean Desert - has captured the spirit and heart of mankind and has caught the imagination of artists, spiritual and religious people from Christianity, Judaism and Islam uniting them as one.

  • Rose Of Jericho

    Rose Of Jericho


    The wonderfull resurrection plant of Jesus

  • Rose Of Jericho

    Rose of Jericho
    Original Gift from the Hollyland


    Jericho Rose has the amazing ability to preserve its seeds for years and to come to life again upon receiving water.

2 Large Packages

2 Large Packages

The resurrection plant The real Jericho Rose – the fabulous plant that gro..

$55.00

Small Package

Small Package

The resurrection plant of Jesus – will bring your home an internal regenera..

$30.00

Large Package

Large Package

The resurrection plant of Jesus – will bring your home an internal regenera..

$35.00

2 Large Packages & 1 Compassion Disc

2 Large Packages & 1 Compassion Disc

The resurrection plant The real Jericho Rose – the fabulous plant that gro..

$75.00

The Rose Of Jericho

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The resurrection of the resurrection plant

The fabulous plant that grows in the valley of the Dead Sea on the edge of Jericho in the Judean Desert is called in Christianity the “Resurrection Plant” as it symbolizes the resurrection of Jesus. It is said that it was granted the gift of immortality when Maria placed a shroud belonging to her scared baby on it. The rose blossomed beside the sacred family while they fled to Egypt, it bloomed on the day of Jesus’ birth and dried up and closed at the time of his crucifixion and opened up again on Easter Day.