Dubai Miracle Garden (also called Magic Flower Garden) - the world's largest flower garden opened on Valentine's Day in 2013 with an area of 72,000 square meters, is place of more than 70 varieties of flowers with 250 million flowering plants of all kinds in the world displayed.
Since November, 2018, the seventh flower season of Dubai Miracle Garden will be reopened, promising to bring visitors around the world a romantic space filled with fragrances of flowers never appeared in the desert. In addition, there is a true A380 aircraft, are made of flowers.
The flower garden is a fairyland in the middle of one of the harshest desert regions in the world. Despite expensive entrance tickets and being considered as luxury resort, annually Dubai Miracle Garden still attracts more than 1.5 million tourists around the world and become the most scenic spots in the country.
Every year, the artists who care for flowers in Dubai Miracle Garden change according to certain trends and shape flowers in impressive way. In 2018, inspired by the beauty of tropical nature, sunflowers with bright yellow glow are selected as main colors in decoration. A gorgeous collection of colorful parrots, kangaroos, butterflies and swans are also added to the park to create a vivid beauty as a tropical land in desert.
Cultivation on sandy soil, irrigation is a difficult problem. When water is the most expensive thing in desert, the people in Dubai spent nearly 10 years to study, improve drip irrigation before applying to the 'magic garden'. The result is a saving three quarters of the water and conventional energy. Each year, the average temperature in the desert is higher. Regardless of that, the amount of flowers here each year is 20% more than the previous year.
For every flower blossoms from November every year, it must begin planting four months earlier, the hottest time of the year in the desert with an average temperature of around 45 ° C. Each flower when taken from cold country to be tested within 15 years in the hot country. With a 20% increase in flower yields each year, Dubai is showing more evidence of its green vision in the desert.
Dubai is aiming to become the world's green capital for the next decade with many unique projects on the harsh land of the Middle East.
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