Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi City Municipality, through the City Municipality Center, has culminated a project designed to revitalize and augment the organic beautification assets embellishing the central island of Al Falah Street. This stretch spans from the juncture with Al Bateen Street to Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed Street, and from the intersection with Saeed Bin Ahmed Al Otaiba Street to Al Zahia Street.
The project scope encompassed the planting of vibrant flowering trees, alongside soil cover plants, seasonal flora, and an array of ornamental shrubs. This initiative is a reflection of the Abu Dhabi City Municipality's commitment to enhancing the efficacy of organic beautification assets gracing the median islands of the primary streets within Abu Dhabi Island. It supports the city's continual improvement initiatives, elevates urban aesthetics, and fosters a harmonious visual concordance between the distinctive architectural character and the elements of aesthetic infrastructure. The overarching goal is to solidify Abu Dhabi's status as one of the most visually appealing, tranquil, and comfortable cities globally.
With regard to the quantity and varieties of trees and plants that have been introduced, the municipality specified that 14,400 Cestrum plants have been used as soil covers, 7,771 dwarf Bougainvillea shrubs have been planted, and 7,173 seasonal Portulaca flowers, in shades of yellow, pink, and orange, have been incorporated into the landscape.
The Municipality reiterated its ongoing commitment to uplifting the city's aesthetic scene through the execution of myriad agro-beautification projects. These initiatives aim to expand the city's green footprint, align with the Year of Sustainability's benchmarks, and double the volume of blossoms in all forms across streets, public amenities, and roundabouts. This effort ensures Abu Dhabi, with its facilities and structures, presents a visually stunning, naturally aesthetic spectacle.

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