CDA starts planting of roses, seasonal flowers

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Staff Reporter

The Capital Development Authority (CDA) administration has started planting roses and seasonal flowers on a large scale before the onset of spring to enhance the beauty of the capital. In order to enhance the beauty of federal capital environment department would plant different flowering and fascinating plants in different sectors and along the major avenues during spring tree plantation drive.

According to details, CDA administration has planted 10000 roses of 50 varieties in Rose and Jasmine Garden. Not a single flower has been planted in the Rose and Yasmin Garden since 2009. However, the current administration is now planting 10,000 roses of 50 varieties of roses. New beds of different designs are being prepared on 7th Avenue, Zoo Chowk, Margalla Road, Abpara, Blue Area, 9th Avenue and other major highways.
Environment Wing has started work on transplanting seedlings and planting saplings of different flowering plants along the major avenues, roads, squares and in different sectors to bloom Islamabad with beautiful flowers with the advent of spring season. Moreover, In order to further enhance the natural beauty of the city, natural flower as well as artificial flower stands are being prepared which will be installed on major highways in spring.

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