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New stock for Christmas!

Ho Ho Ho! Yes you heard that right. Father Christmas has arrived at the Dubai Garden Centre along with a whole new range of Christmas items and an array of fabulous gift ideas for your family and friends. Baubles and lights are twinkling from every corner, the aroma of festive cinnamon and citrus is filling… Read More »

Launching the Garden Souq at Dubai Garden Centre

Known for housing the largest range of plants and pots (indoor as well as outdoor) in the region, Dubai Garden Centre is all set to launch the Garden Souq, a food and craft market in a green outdoor setting. The market will be a fun way of bringing together the community, in a free for… Read More »

Halloween at Dubai Garden Centre

Halloween is all about pumpkins, creepies, owls and bats! As eerie as this day may sound, kids enjoy the spookiness. Dubai Garden Centre is all set to celebrate Halloween with the kids this Saturday, 28th October. While kids get dressed in their Halloween outfits, we decorate our indoor garden with plants, skulls, bats and more.… Read More »

Eid celebrations at Dubai Garden Centre

Tomorrow begins the much awaited Eid Al Adha weekend and we at Dubai Garden Centre have lots of fun filled activities in store for you. Eid is all about friends, family and festivities. If you are looking for Eid lamps, incenses and accessories to decorate your house, or an elaborate water feature for the entrance… Read More »

Events and Workshops this September

Kids Planting Workshop Kids are natural gardeners. Bring them for a planting workshop where they can get their hands messy with soil and also learn the nuances of planting. Date: Saturday, 2nd September 2017 Timings: 11am Age: 3 – 7 years Charges: AED 20 Entry: Pre-registration mandatory*   Grow your own Wheat Grass & Sprouts… Read More »

Home grown lemon

Most of the times we find ourselves rushing to the grocery nearby to pick ourselves some lemons. As we all know, the uses of lemon are many and so are the benefits. There is nothing like a lemonade made from home grown lemons. Lemons grow easily in this region, although if you start from scratch… Read More »

Growing fresh Pineapples

More and more people are growing small gardens in Dubai and are enjoying making great tasting dishes with plants that they grow. You need not be a professional farmer to grow your own, just a little Tender love and Care can have you on your way to picking fresh veggies from your very own garden.… Read More »

Summer workshops at Dubai Garden Centre

As kids usher in their summer vacation with zeal, excitement and plans for sleepovers, extended TV hours, unstoppable fun and video games, parents worry about how they can encourage children to utilize their time constructively. Lack of routine, indulging in extravagant fun, breaking rules are part and parcel of holidays, this apart from having to… Read More »

Ramadan Sale at Dubai Garden Centre – Planting the spirit of Ramadan!

Dubai Garden Centre announces its Big Ramadan Sale. To encourage and initiate people towards the benefits of planting, Dubai Garden Centre will be on sale for the entire month of Ramadan. With discounts ranging from 30% to 75%, customers can choose from a range of indoor plants, outdoor plants, pots and planters, incense, candles, lanterns,… Read More »

Desert Group Services

Gone are the days when houses just served the purpose of providing shelter. People now, take great interest in the way their home looks, and also invest a lot of time, energy and money in their home décor and design. Gardens, being an integral part and most often the first impression of your house, require… Read More »

The little green thumb!

It is never too early or too late to start planting. We at Dubai Garden Centre always suggest that the younger you start the better it is. Kids as young as preschool age are thrilled to get their hands messy with soil, plant a seed and watch their baby plants sprout from the soil and… Read More »

Learning to Garden

There are a variety of ways your child can learn gardening. If there is no gardening class at present, you can suggest it to your school. If the curriculum is too full, it may be introduced as an after–school activity. If all else fails, create a patch in your garden for your children and teach… Read More »

How Gardening Benefits the Kids

The Kentia Palm is elegant and majestic with a dark green, slender and smooth trunk, and feather shaped fronds that fall in swooping arches. Kentia palms are perfect indoor plants as they are durable and will tolerate low light levels. While they don’t require a lot of watering, they do need to stay moist. Kentia… Read More »

Jamie Oliver’s Wood Fired Ovens

When you think of wood fires it always conjures up warm, cosy, pleasant feelings. Whether its sitting around a fire on a cold evening or cooking over an open fire on the beach or in the bush, fires connect with all of us in some way. Jamie describes this connection as our “inner caveman,” and… Read More »