150-million-flower Dubai Miracle Garden opens with fairy-tale attractions

Dubai Miracle Garden, a large natural flower garden, has returned for its 10th season today. To mark the opening of the new season, the garden has been decked up with a range of never-before-seen floral installations.

Dubai Miracle Garden features over 150 million natural flowers and plants from more than 120 varieties, some of which are rare and not cultivated anywhere else in the Gulf region. Abdel Naser Rahhal, Creator and Co-Founder of Dubai Miracle Garden and Vice Chairman of Cityland Group, the developer of the ambitious botanical project, said: “This moment is made more special because the garden offers families a unique opportunity to walk in floral spaces in an enchanting outdoor environment. The entire team has worked hard to ensure the new installations at Dubai Miracle Garden delight the visitors and give them an opportunity to feel at one with nature in a safe and fun environment.”

He added: “The new season of Dubai Miracle Garden is running parallel to the Expo 2020, an event that is capturing the imagination of a global audience. Dubai Miracle Garden, which takes inspiration from the Expo’s design, creativity, and hospitality, is a unique addition to the itinerary of visitors to the mega global event.”

The highlight of Dubai Miracle Garden’s newest additions is a list of floral installations inspired by ‘The Smurfs’, a children’s comic and animation franchise centered on a fictional community of small blue creatures who live in mushroom-shaped houses in the forest.
A special ‘Smurf Village Attraction Area’ will host tens of life-sized mushroom houses and will be decked with furniture inspired by the animated film series. Families will have the opportunity to enter these mushroom houses.

Dubai Miracle Garden’s tenth season also features a newly designed three-dimensional clock, a ‘floating rock’ with a fountain, floral peacocks, as well as two floral exhibits inspired by children’s favorite characters: a ‘Genie’ that stands almost 15 meter tall and a ‘flying magic carpet’.

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