Some great coverage of EPCOT’s Flower & Garden Festival at the Walt Disney World resort by The Disney Blog. Looks like this years event is going to be an Ocean theme due to the upcoming release of Disney Nature Film Oceans.
Be sure to check out their coverage & some great photos:
I took a walk around EPCOT today to see how much progress has been made toward the popular Flower & Garden Festival that opens each spring at the theme park. This year marks the 17th festival and it kicks off early this year with a March 3rd opening date. The show will run through May 16th, which mean you have 75 days to get out an see how EPCOT is transformed by the floral artistry.
Some of my favorite elements of the festival are the marvelous topiary sculptures. While the main entrance hasn’t yet been installed there are already many remarkable topiaries around the park. Many I saw were returning favorites including the Pixie’s from last year’s Pixie Hollow play area. I’ve include some photos to preview this year’s festival.
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Photo from thedisneyblog.com
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