The Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden located in the district of Dubai land, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The garden was launched on Valentine's Day in 2013. The garden occupies over 72,000 square metres (780,000 sq ft), making it the world's largest natural flower garden featuring over 109 million flowers planted.
Many of the plants that attract butterflies require space to sprawl, so choose large pots, planters, or alternate containers.
Pick a Location: While butterflies are attracted to sunny areas, its also a good idea to situate the containers near a wall to block wind and provide the insects with shelter if needed. Keep in mind that the same plants that attract butterflies often attract bees and other stinging insects, so consider placing your butterfly garden away from play areas.
Butterfly Beverages: Butterflies arent able to drink from ponds or bird baths they prefer shallow sources of water like puddles. So create your garden in an area where water cool
The conception of the first miracle garden project was formed under the agreement between Dubai land and the Dubai Properties Group destination. The project development was done under agreement with Akar Landscaping and Agriculture Company, led by Jordanian businessman Abdel Naser Rahhal. The cost of the project was an estimate of AED 40 million ($11 million).
Dubai Miracle Garden is the Middle Eastern citys latest mega super project.It was opened on 14th Feb 2013 and has attracted more than 2,00,000 people in its first month of opening. More than 45 million blooming flowers in stunning designs, awesome shapes and structures. An eye catching color combinations achieved through 45 different flower varieties and color. Miracle Garden is one of a kind in the region and in the world for such a unique display and extravagant outdoor recreational destination.
Miracle Garden in its First Phase is providing state of the art services and facilities including open parking, VIP parking, sitting areas, prayer room, toilet blocks, ablution facility, security room, first aid room, carts for handicapped visitors, retails and commercial kiosk and all other related services available to facilitate visitors.