The celebration of New Year's trees is known as Tu B'Shvat. This holiday celebrated mainly in Israel is not very popular. Yet, it is commemorated in other places too.
Tu Bishvat 2017 started on the evening of Friday 10th Feb, 2017 (10/02/2017) and ended in the nightfall of Saturday 11th Feb, 2017 (11/02/2017).
The next occurrence of Tu Bishvat is marked in red
|When is ...?||Weekday||Date||Days away|
|Tu Bishvat 2024||Thursday||Jan 25th||in 359 days|
|Tu Bishvat 2023||Monday||Feb 6th||in 6 days|
|Tu Bishvat 2022||Monday||Jan 17th||378 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2021||Thursday||Jan 28th||732 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2020||Monday||Feb 10th||1085 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2019||Monday||Jan 21st||1470 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2018||Wednesday||Jan 31st||1825 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2017||Saturday||Feb 11th||2179 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2016||Monday||Jan 25th||2562 days ago|
|Tu Bishvat 2015||Wednesday||Feb 4th||2917 days ago|
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