More than 20,000 plants from 77 species of flowers and herbs are used to beautify the ‘Miracle Garden’ that adds colors to the Floriculture Site at the 2022 Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture and Agro-tourism Exhibition (Maha) this year.
People visit the ‘Miracle Garden’ at the 2022 Malaysian Agriculture, Horticulture and Agro-tourism Exhibition in MAEPS in Serdang on August 7, 2022. — Bernama pic
Director-General of the Agriculture Department, Datuk Zahimi Hassan, said its landscape, built with the cooperation of the Housing and Local Government Ministry, the Landscape Department, Putrajaya Corporation, and Pos Malaysia, also featured faunal elements, including the use of about 300 butterflies and water fountains.
He said the Miracle Garden comprised eight flower gardens, namely the Rainbow Garden, Vertical Garden, Sunflower Garden, Tropical Garden, Petunia Garden, Orchid Garden, Urban Garden, and English Garden.
These garden have their uniqueness, he said, adding that at the Sunflower Garden, the decoration involved the use of hundreds of flowers arranged closely together to give an impact of the sun’s rays and decorated with mirrors and windmills to attract visitors.
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