A series of statues situated at the entrance to the town of Beit Dagan (Hebrew for 'house of cereals').
Despite having undergone numerous reincarnations, Beit Dagan has retained its name throughout history. The statue represents the growth process of the grain plant: from seed and germination to grain-bearing wheat stalks.
The grain plant, a symbol of regeneration and renewal in numerous cultures, serves as a motif representing abundance in Jewish lore. The statue comprises four stone pieces and carved wooden pillars.