They work mostly at night but keep the park looking fresh by providing some of its most important details, the landscape and seasonal decor. Disneyland’s Horticulture and Resort Enhancement team is definitely the under-sung heroes of the resort.
From carefully manicured flowers on Main Street, U.S.A., to desert plants in Cars Land, the landscape is part of the detail that tells the “story” of each land in the parks. More than 800 species of plants indigenous to 40 nations grow at the Disneyland Resort, making it one of the most extensive and diverse botanical locales in the western United States. The Horticulture and Resort Enhancement team manages the landscape plus the annual addition of seasonal décor for Halloween and Holidays.
Here are more fun facts from Disneyland’s Horticulture and Resort Enhancement team:
If you have a Disney kid of any age in your home, there’s always that question of how to affordably and tastefully decorate their room without having to totally repaint everything every time a new movie comes out. The answer more and more families are turning to is wall decals.
Fathead has been expanding their line of removable wall decals from the many magical kingdoms of Disney and the recent batch includes some great options from Disney’s Frozen, the cast of the Muppets, and from Disney’s Planes: Fire & Rescue.
There is the above Queen Elsa Mural Collection and the below Frozen Mural & Assorted Collection.
Disney World has released three exciting new images that tease the great things to come when the Fairytale Forest section of New Fantasyland opens this fall. Above is the new Marquee to “Under the Sea ~ Journey of The Little…
For a decade, the pastry chefs at Walt Disney World and Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort have built a 16-foot gingerbread house each holiday season. Ellen, The Gingerbread Lady, has shown thousands of guests how she makes gingerbread houses. Now, she…