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Tag Archives: flower and garden
If you’re unlucky enough to still be suffering from the “polar vortex,” maybe the thought of spring at the 2014 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival will help warm you up! The festival will be returning from March 5th through … Continue reading
There is no more colorful theme park than EPCOT when the Flower & Garden festival is in full bloom. For 20 years it has been a must stop destination for Disney fans who also appreciated the colors of spring, talents … Continue reading
Disney has pulled off a great bit of video fun with their latest viral marketing effort for the Flower & Garden Festival at EPCOT. They created a ‘topiary’ of Captain Hook to advertise the festival then set it up in … Continue reading
I definitely recommend arriving to EPCOTon the Monorail when the Flower & Garden Festival is underway. It’s gorgeous from above and on the ground. (Click for Larger.) I was out of town for the opening of the 2012 Flower & … Continue reading