The project's scope of work consist of a flower garden located in the district of Dubailand, Dubai. The garden spread over 72,000 square meters making it the world's largest natural flower garden featuring over 109 million flowers planted and it contains more than 45 million flowers including an 800m-long flower wall which it claims will be the world's longest, as well as the world's biggest flower clock and a huge pyramid of flowers with a base area of 144m and a height of 10m.
The project was delivered in two phases.
Phase one of the project consisted of 21,000 square feet outdoor facility including vertical and horizontal landscaping design where each of them has their own design.
Phase two of the project involved the 70 percent expansion of the 21,000 square feet and construction of the 850,000 square feet multistory car park, which now increased the total area of the garden to 2 million square feet. Phase two development also included the addition of the floral clock, the butterfly garden, retail stores and mosques.
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