Dubai Miracle Garden-The largest natural flower garden in the world

Sita Dahal

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Opened on Valentine's Day 2013, the Dubai Miracle Garden is the largest natural garden in the world, with over 50 million flowers and 250 million plants on display in the park. In 2013, Dubai Miracle Garden won the award for the world's largest vertical garden, and in 2016 it won the award for the world's largest flower sculpture, with flowers arranged like an Emirates A380. Open every year from mid-May to mid-November, the park sees over 150 million flowers in bloom, carefully arranged in wild and intricate compositions sure to impress visitors. Dubai Miracle Garden is one of the most unusual attractions in Dubai, and every year many tourists come to Dubailand to enjoy the beautiful view of the 72,000 square meter flower park.

Billed as the largest natural garden in the world, the 775,000-square-foot paradise is home to 100 million blooming flowers, including a variety of colorful petunias, marigolds, and geraniums imported from Egypt to the United States and beyond. Over 45 million blooming flowers with stunning designs, shapes, and structures. In over 72,000 square meters, you'll find more than 150 million flowers of every color that decorate heart-shaped arches, figures, beds, buildings, and even entire planes. Any serious gardener knows that 13 flowers are the highest number of flowers per square in any garden.

This 15-meter clock with mechanical parts specially imported from the USA is made from real flowers and plants. Flower Clock - A 15-meter tall flower clock made from plants and flowers that also tells the time. The dial of a fully functional flower clock, including numbering, is made up of garden plants commonly referred to as carpet bedding.

Mickey's flower structure is 18 meters high and consists of 100,000 plants and flowers. The 18-meter Disney sculpture consists of 100,000 plants and flowers weighing almost 35 tons. At 18 meters tall, Mickey Mouse was the first Disney character flower exhibit in the Middle East and was listed in the Guinness Book of Records in February 2019 as the world's largest topiary8. prize for the tallest topiary sculpture depicting Mickey Mouse, 18 meters high, consisting of almost 100,000 plants and flowers.

Dubai's Butterfly Garden is not only the first of its kind in the region, it is also the largest indoor butterfly garden in the world. The Dubai Butterfly Garden is home to 26 different species of butterflies, of which around 15,000 exist in any type of garden. Butterfly Garden. Launched in 2015, the Butterfly Garden is the largest in the world and is a nursery for more than 26 species of butterflies. Sure, Dubai is known for its high-tech architecture and modern landscapes, but the gardens in the desert are anything but ordinary.

Believe it or not, the largest and certainly one of the most breathtaking flower gardens on Earth is located in the heart of the hot Middle Eastern desert. When you hear the word “garden”, you already imagine springtime and a peaceful place, painted with thousands of flowers, cooing doves, butterflies flapping their bright wings happily, daisies and daffodils peeking out from the green grass, and a wide sky blue from above, enhancing richness of flowers. You can smell the thousands of flowers that form this passage as you walk through them.

Visitors claim that the sweet scent and the walk with a loved one make this the perfect walk-in paradise. Plus, the heart-shaped archway is the perfect backdrop for all those romantic Valentine's Day photos. Dozens of large hearts engraved throughout are countless flowers arching over the visitors who pass underneath.

Another equally beautiful garden has a larger surface, but only 7 million flowers are in bloom. The Keukenhof Gardens or European Gardens in the Netherlands are much bigger. Another equally beautiful garden only has an active period of 3 months a year; on the other hand, the Dubai Miracle Garden can be open for 6 to 7 months. Dubai Miracle Garden uses over 700,000 liters of water every day, and given the warm temperatures in Dubai and the surrounding desert, water conservation is essential to keep flowers blooming and reduce operating costs.

Dubai's wastewater is treated and reused to produce the required 200,000 liters of water per day. Dubai does not have a sewer system, but instead, Dubai has a large fleet of trucks on which they collect sewage. Not surprisingly, especially in a country as hot as Dubai, over 100 million flowers require a significant amount of water to keep them happy. An average of 757,082 liters of water is needed per day for flowers to thrive.

The garden is closed from May to September due to high temperature, with an average of 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Celsius), which is not conducive to flower viewing. With over 50 million flowers and over 250 million plants, the gardens offer stunning views to all who visit. The world's tallest building (Burj Khalifa), the world's largest frame building (Dubai Frame), the largest shopping mall (Dubai Mall), the largest Ferris wheel (Ain Dubai), the largest garden (Dubai Miracle Garden), from the tallest hotel (Burj Al Arab) to the world's largest fountain system (The Plam Fountain) and more. Also, Dubai has grown so rapidly in recent years, and now we have plenty of time to explore Dubai better, thanks to longer vacations.

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