Bahrain's streets set to be beautified with one million seedlings

The seedlings are of seasonal summer flowers

Bahrain’s streets set to be beautified with one million seedlings

Bahrain’s streets are set to be beautified by the one million seedlings of seasonal summer flowers produced by the Ministry of Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning.

The ministry has set a number of goals to improve public streets and parks, as well as increase the number of green spaces in the Kingdom.

Local production is used to reduce costs and hone the skills of Bahrainis in the plant production sector.

The news comes after it was revealed earlier this month that revamp works at Manama’s Water Garden are now 85 percent complete.

The works have seen a number of trees added to the park, including fruit trees such as lemon, pomegranate, mango and fig, as well as aromatic trees such as Indian jasmine.

Seating areas have also been added, while clay has been removed from both lakes in the park.

Looking for more green spaces in the Kingdom? Don’t forget to check out our guide to Bahrain’s best parks here.

Plus, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite picnic spots too.

Be the first to get all the latest Bahrain news, reviews and deals into your inbox by signing up to our free newsletter, click here to sign up.

More from News

The trial volunteer cap has been increased

Those who do not comply with coronavirus restrictions will face a BHD20 fee

The Kingdom has one of the highest testing rates in the world

It’s unclear when it will reopen fully

Newsletters

Follow us