More than 65 million flowers are arranged in 2D and 3D designs at the Dubai Miracle Garden Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai:  After the summer break, Dubai’s Miracle Garden is reopening its doors, providing an attraction for residents and visitors to explore during the cooler months.

The new opening date for the world’s largest natural flower garden will be on November 7, 2017, just a few weeks before the National Day celebrations.

Located in Dubailand, the flower garden is a major attraction in the emirate during winter.

It features more than 100 million flowers in 70 varieties spread over a 72,000-square-metre area. It attracts about 55,000 visitors per week.

Among the highlights of the park are various installations covered in hundreds of thousands of fresh flowers and living plants. Last year, it unveiled a floral life-size replica of the Emirates A380.

The park is normally open for several months a year and shuts its doors for renovation during the summer.

It's not clear yet what new attractions or installations have been added for this year's edition, but looking back at the riot of colours that enthralled visitors in the past, the newly renovated park promises to be another visual feast.