Sunday, 21 June 2015

The World’s Largest Flower Garden in the Middle of a Desert.

Well, the world's largest flower garden in the last place you would expect, a spectacular rainbow-colored oasis with more than 45 million flowers is in the middle of a desert exploding with colors and textures. The Dubai Miracle Garden consists of more than 45 flowers species imported from all over the world. A multitude of shaped archways, flowerbeds and structures can be seen at the 18 acre site, is watered by a system that recycles waste water while avoiding evaporation. But then again, in the city that prides itself on pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved - from the world's tallest building to indoor ski slopes in the desert what can you expect? The remarkable bonanza provides a colorful oasis for the eyes of city workers, who can escape to the natural splendor which is nestled close to Arabian Ranches, in Dubai land. Currently there’re 45 species of flowers in the garden, which are imported in from all around the world, especially from Egypt to the United States.

The Dubai Miracle Gardens were opened in 2013, and were designed to attract tourist all over the world. In order to produce a fresh experience for visitors visiting the rainbow gardens, the displays are changed seasonally. These’ve included millions of flowers in the shape of a UAE floral flag, floral clock, a Ferrari car with driver decorated by flowers, a vertical buried car zone, flower apple structures, artificial animals, flower boats and an Islamic Arch Design. It is obvious that attractions would not be complete without open parking, VIP parking, sitting areas, prayer room, toilet blocks, security room, ablution facility, first aid room, and carts for handicapped visitors, retails and commercial kiosk and all other related services available to facilitate visitors.

If the natural landscape was not sufficient, what makes this attraction mostly impressive is the unique sub-surface irrigation system that recycles waste water via drip irrigation while avoiding evaporation and saving up to 75 % of water and energy. Moreover; there’s an awe-inspiring assortment of flowers most of which are rare and seen for first time in the Middle East, such as petunias and geraniums.

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