One of the most awesome places to visit is Epcot in Spring/Summer. The flowers are just amazing. So much so, that I need to split this between several different posts.
A little about Epcot flowers and gardens:
One of the most welcome signs of spring is Epcot’s annual International Flower & Garden Festival. While the grounds at Epcot are always beautiful, the Flower and Garden Festival takes them to the next level and everywhere you look is bursting with colorful blooms. 2019 marks the 26th Annual Flower and Garden Festival that will take place from March 6-June 3 – 90 days! – https://www.wdwinfo.com/disney-world/epcot/flower-garden-festival.htm
The Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival is the perfect combination of delicious food, beautiful greenery displays and learning experiences. The park blossoms into a beautiful garden of sights, sounds and tastes of the spring season. We especially love this festival, which is running a whopping 90 days in 2019 — from March 6 through June 3, 2019. Guests can take in exquisitely crafted topiaries of Disney characters, a variety of themed gardens and play areas and tantalizing farm to table-style dishes at the Outdoor Kitchens. Even if you have no green thumb, you will still find plenty to enjoy. While I technically have a green thumb, I must confess I’m not much of a gardener and I still enjoy this festival. Tad and Lily love looking at all the “topies,” and Leap enjoys rocking out at the concerts. Best of all, it is included with regular park admission. – https://www.undercovertourist.com/blog/epcot-flower-garden-festival/
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