Epcot Center Gardens, Florida


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Epcot Center: During the Garden Festival

It is hard to imagine someone who is in love with NATURAL landscapes and fauna finding such a manicured place so beautiful, but I do love niwaki and bonsai and the fine sculptured and pruned gardens of Williamsburg and Great Britain, so without further ado and apology, here’s my favorite mini-gardens at Epcot center, a treasure trove of beautiful photos and “hidden” garden delights (in that few people mention it in their travel posts.)

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Epcot Center: Anhinga at boat dock

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Epcot Center: A Touch of Marrakesh

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Epcot Center: A Shot from Across the Lake

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Epcot Center: Okay, I’m smitten with the ducklings!

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Epcot Center: A Duck and Her Brood

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Epcot Center: Okay, Doubly Smitten!

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Epcot Center: One of the Many Bonsai

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Epcot Center: Another Bonsai

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Epcot Center: Serene Asian Garden

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Epcot Center: Orchids at the Mexico Exhibit

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Epcot Center: Orchids at the Mexico Exhibit 2

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Epcot Center: Near the Japanese Exhibit

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Epcot Center: Huge Floating Planter

We have also published photos of the train garden at the German Pavilion at Epcot, and more of the standard photos of the International Garden Festival. Enjoy!
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4 thoughts on “Epcot Center Gardens, Florida”

    1. I guess that’s why they started the Garden Festival? I guess I’m into the distractions? The buildings and shops are all the distractions to me? Anyway, it is beautifully manicured perfection there.

  1. I guess Disney is not known for being natural or even authentic (hence, the term Disneyfication and its negative connotations). Still, their thoroughness and attention to detail cannot be denied. A trip to Disney World or Disneyland can be very satisfying as long as it is understood that they present idealized versions of everything. The gardens are beautiful (but whose garden is so pristine?).

    And yes, the ducklings are cute.

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