The largest flower gardens in the world.
Dubai Miracle Garden – World’s largest vertical garden.
DMG sets a momentous world recognition during the 1st phase of the garden declared as the “Largest Vertical Garden” in the World by the Guinness.
This breathtaking garden called “piece of Eden” will continue to stun visitors with millions of blooming flowers having different artistic design each season and remarkable structures. More than 45 million blooming flowers in stunning designs, awesome shapes and structures. An eye catching colour 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. Open year round.
Keukenhof, Netherlands, 2nd largest.
Keukenhof, also known as the Garden of Europe, is the world’s second largest flower garden following Dubai Miracle Garden. It is situated in Lisse, the Netherlands.
The history of Keukenhof, the name of meaning “kitchen garden”, goes back to the 15th century. Countess Jacqueline of Bavaria, Jacoba van Beieren (1401-1436) gathered fruit and vegtables from the woods and dunes her for the kitchen of Teylingen Castle. Keukenhof Castle was built in 1641, and the estate grew to an area of over 200 hectares.
Landscape architects Jan David Zocher and his son Louis Paul Zocher, who also designed Amsterdam’s Vondelpark, redesigned the castle gardens in 1857. That park, in the English landscape style, still forms the basis of Keukenhof.
In 1949 a group of 20 flower bulb exporters came up with a plan to use the estate for a permanent exhibition of spring-flowering bulbs, signalling the birth of Keukenhof as a spring park. The park opened its gates tot he public in 1950 and was an instant success, with 236,000 visitors in the first year alone. In 2015 the 66th edition of Keukenhof is taking place, with Van Gogh as its theme. During the last 65 years Keukenhof has grown into a world-famous attraction.
The park Keukenhof is open from 20 March – 17 May 2015 from 08.00 – 19.30.