Photo Album – Disney Horticulture

Light Meter by Lisa K. Berton

Epcot’s Flower and Garden Festival ended on May 15th but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the fantastic hard work that horticulturists do all year long at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. It’s funny how one notices things like topiaries that are year-round once the show closes. I hope you enjoy this segment of my photo album.

A simple, small garden area backed by a cool stone wall with a view of window that overlooks Epcot’s France Pavilion.


Hop aboard the Disneyland Railroad and travel behind the it’s a small world facade.


Off to the left of Haunted Mansion’s entrance are the FastPass machines. Don’t miss this area for adding to your Disneyland photograph collection.


The Mickey ears topiary isn’t necessarily the tallest but stands off the ground more than any other. Find it on the Backlot Tour in Disney’s Hollywood Studios.


Pixar Place, also in Disney’s Hollywood Studios, boasts a topiary Woody in conjunction with the release of “Toy Story 3.”


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  1. Did you know Disney Horticulture is also responsible for decorating the parks for holidays like Christmas and Halloween?

    Lisa responds: If you’re asking me directly then the answer is yes.