Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival: Part 2

Epcot Blooms During The International Flower & Garden Festival

Epcot's Spaceship Earth, Orlando Florida

Epcot’s Spaceship Earth, Orlando Florida

Welcome to Part 2 in our series on The Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival (click here to catch Part 1). In our last post, we focused on incredible Disney character themed topiaries:

Tick Tock from Peter Pan
Tick Tock Topiary

Fun, right? Well, today, we’re going to focus on the gardens.

Glorious Gardens of the Flower Festival

Oceans of flowers delight the senses
An ocean of flowers delights the senses.
Striking bold color against the simplicity of greenery

Striking colors pop against the simplicity of greenery.

A rainbow of color, scent & texture breaks against the lake-shore.

A rainbow of color, scent & texture breaks against the lake shore.

Wildflowers stand in delicate contrast to shrubbery & sculpted hillside.

A scatter of wildflowers stands in delicate contrast to structured shrubbery and sculpted lawns.

If You Look Closely, You’ll See That Fairies & Dragons Hide Among the Flowers, in Epcot’s Gardens!

This one may even look familiar!

This one may even look a little familiar…

Awaiting her fairy prince

Waiting, patiently, for her fairy prince.

You're welcome to sit!

You’re welcome to sit!

The panda family hasn't a care in the world!

The panda family hasn’t a care in the world in their bamboo garden!

Wide-eyed trolls warn of dragons! But wait...

Yet, wide-eyed trolls warn of dragons! But wait…

Only is Disney do water dragons spray rainbows!

Only in Disney could dragons spit rainbows!

I’ve selected a few informational guides, a DVD and other useful items so YOU can start planning your trip to Epcot! What are you waiting for?


Hope you enjoyed the second part in our series. The creativity & talent of these landscape & garden designers is astounding.

Be sure to check back in to The Caffeinated Day Tripper Blog, next week, for Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival:Part 3.

We’ll cover some of the many living creatures that call Epcot home!

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A little something The Caffeinated Day Tripper picked up in Epcot's Mexico

A chic little something The Caffeinated Day Tripper picked up in Epcot’s Mexico

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  2. Reply Constance - Foreign Sanctuary

    Love each and every one of your photos, especially the first one – the colors are so rich and vibrant! However, the panda one is by far my favorite!! Epcot must be a real treat to visit during the flower festival!

    • Reply Erin

      It is Constance. I really want to go back for it again & also their food & wine fest. Thanks for the nice compliment! :)

  3. Reply Selina

    Stunning photos – the colors are so beautifully vibrant!

    Your post certainly makes me hanker for Epcot!

    I’m now following you on Twitter – hope to connect with you sometime :)


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  5. Reply Milene

    The colourful fields of flowers made me think of the Netherlands, when the tulip fields are in bloom. I always love those many colours together. Oh and I do love fairy tales so those Thinkebell plants are awesome! I have no idea how they do it but it looks like something I would like to have in my own garden haha.

    • Reply Erin

      That’s what we do ;) I’m all about a nice margarita in Mexico before hitting Germany for a beer!

  6. Reply Bob R

    When I was younger I was known to spit out a rainbow or two. :) I like the swirling fields of color the best.

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