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Take 5: Gardens at Disney Parks

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Roses Growing in Front of Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom Park

There’s so much to see at all the Disney Parks, but how often do you take time to stop and smell the roses? With the 19th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival around the corner, we wanted to take a look back at some of the most beautiful plants in the parks and what’s to come at this year’s festival.

Take 5: Gardens at Disney Parks

  1. Roses at Walt Disney World Resort – Take a look at these lovely award-winning rose gardens and a bit of history in this post.

  2. Flower Power Performances, HGTV Stars to Highlight This Year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival – Take a sneak peek at what’s to come at Epcot’s 19th International Flower & Garden Festival, March 7 – May 20, 2012.

  3. 100,000 Poinsettias at Walt Disney World Resort – Over 100,000 poinsettias can be seen covering Walt Disney World Resort during the holidays – read how it’s done in this post.

  4. Epcot Topiaries Go To Infinity and Beyond – Check out how classic Disney characters took shape as topiaries at Epcot during last year’s International Flower & Garden Festival!

  5. Celebrating Fall Color at the Disney Tree Farm at Walt Disney World Resort – Photographer and Disney Parks Blog Author Gene Duncan captured some photogenic plant life while strolling through the Walt Disney World Nursery. Check out what he found in this video!


  • I love the Carnation Plaza Gardens at Disneyland especially when a big name band is playing and you can hear it from available seating or the Snow White waterfall and hub areas. Maybe it’s really the last Garden Walt created himself or had his hands in it and should be preserved.

  • Shouldn’t this be titled Gardens at Disney World? Because there isn’t any other Disney Park listed… Disappointed that there weren’t other gardens featured.

  • My no 1 garden at Disney World is, Animal Kingdom.
    Yep, the whole thing. From the stunning oasis to the savanna of Africa and the gardens you see when you´re on Expedition Everest.
    I love it as my backjard if I could.

  • I proposed to my fiance in that very garden on our trip in January, great little secluded portion of the Magic Kingdom

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