PHOTOS & VIDEOS: The Ultimate Guide to the 2022 EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival

Welcome to the 2022 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival! The 2022 Festival of the Arts just ended, and now it’s time for some blooming flowers and tasty eats!

Welcome to the 2022 Flower and Garden Festival!

The festival is set to run all the way through July 4th, 2022 and we’re checking out ALL the new and returning merchandise, eats, topiaries, and more as the festival kicks off, so come along with us at the Flower & Garden Festival today!

Let’s take a look at this year’s Flower & Garden Festival!

EPCOT opened bright and early at 8:30AM this morning, so we arrived a few minutes early to be sure that we were there when it all began. The first day of a festival tends to be pretty busy with crowds, but we were surprised to find that there weren’t any lines to scan in at the entrance when we got there.

EPCOT Entrance

We did stumble upon a larger group of people waiting to be fully let into the park near Spaceship Earth though.

Park Opening Crowds

But, we didn’t mind waiting around because it gave us plenty of time to take in all the new decorations including the Goofy Topiary at the entrance!

We also picked up a Festival Passport which features details on all the eats and drinks and details on merchandise and activities.

Flower and Garden Festival Passport

Once the park opened, everyone seemed to be headed to the same spot — the stores. There were long lines to get into Creations Shop…

Creations Shop Line

…and Port of Entry.

Port of Entry Line

The festival booths didn’t open until 11AM, so that could have contributed to the crowds that we were seeing. But, once the clock struck the hours, we were off to eat!

EPCOT Flower & Garden Food Booths

EPCOT Farmers Feast

Our first stop around World Showcase was EPCOT Farmers Feast which is located near Test Track. The menu here will rotate throughout the entirety of the festival this year and will feature a variety of “hearty” dishes and “savory” sides that are made with farm-fresh ingredients.

Farmers Feast Menu

There are FOUR new items at the booth available now through April 9th including the Chilled Potato and Leek Soup “Vichyssoise” with chive oil and crispy leeks for $5…

Chilled Potato and Leek Soup “Vichyssoise”

…the Char-grilled Bison Ribe-Eye for $8…

Char-grilled Bison Ribe-Eye

…the Raspberry Lemon Verbena Whole-Leaf-Steeped Sparkling Hard Tea (which you can get in a 6oz cup for $5 or a 12oz for $9)…

Raspberry Lemon Verbena Whole-Leaf-Steeped Sparkling Hard Tea

…and the Goat Cheese Creamsicle Pop for $4.75.

Goat Cheese Creamsicle Pop

Plus, we also found the Spike The Bee Spork here for $2.50!

Spike The Bee Spork

You can pick up this inexpensive souvenir at several festival booths and use it to chow down on all your festival eats!

Click HERE to learn more about this unique (and CHEAP) souvenir!

EPCOT Sunshine Griddle

Also near Test Track is the EPCOT Sunshine Griddle booth. You’ll probably recognize this one as the former Donut Box booth, but it has transformed for this festival season.

Sunshine Griddle Booth

And, if you’re a big breakfast person, you’re going to want to check out the eats and drinks here!

Sunshine Griddle Menu

We tried the Avocado Toast with marinated toybox tomatoes on toasted ciabatta, which is a plant-based option that is also part of the Garden Graze food crawl activity. It costs $6.

Avocado Toast

Plus, we also got the returning Fried Cinnamon Roll Bites with cream cheese frosting and candied bacon for $4.50

Fried Cinnamon Roll Bites

…and the Froot Loop Shake for $4.75. This shake was a different color this year (it was blue at the 2021 festival) and we thought that it tasted even better!

Froot Loops Shake

The Citrus Blossom

On the way into World Showcase, we stopped at The Citrus Blossom booth. It is located near the Port of Entry store and the menu is packed with citrus flavors including lemon, orange, and grapefruit.

Citrus Blossom Menu

Returning from the 2020 Flower & Garden Festival is the Tuna Tataki Bowl with spicy yuzu glaze, mango, avocado, and pappadam crisp…

Tuna Tataki Bowl

…and the Crispy Mojo Marinated Pork Belly, with avocado cream, corn salsa, salsa verde, and plantain chips is new!

Crispy Mojo Marinated Pork Belly

Want something a bit sweeter? There’s also the new Grapefruit Tart which is made with Grapefruit curd, lychee jam, ginger mousse, and yuzu cream. All the food here costs $6.25 each.

Grapefruit Tart

We also picked up the Beer Flight for $10. It includes Key Lime Hibiscus Ale, Orange Peel Ale, and Citrus Honey Cream Ale.

Pineapple Promenade

Just a few steps away is the Pineapple Promenade booth, which features an AllEars favorite — DOLE Whip!

Pineapple Promenade Booth

There’s regular DOLE Whip, DOLE Whip with Fanta, and even DOLE Whip topped with mango cream liqueur along with other pineapple flavored eats.

Pineapple Promenade Menu

Of course, we had to give one of these creations a try and opted for the DOLE Whip topped with mango cream liqueur for $12.

DOLE Whip topped with mango cream liqueur

Trowel & Trellis Hosted By Impossible

Also near the entrance of World Showcase (by Disney Traders) is the Trowel & Trellis booth.

Trowel & Trellis

This spot is hosted by Impossible, so everything on the menu is completely plant-based!

Trowel and Trellis Menu

Here you’ll find dishes like the Grilled Baby Vegetables with hummus cream and red pepper coulis for $4.75

Grilled Baby Vegetables

…and the Chocolate Cake with whipped cassis mousse, raspberry gelato, and fresh raspberries for $4.75.

Chocolate Cake with whipped cassis mousse, raspberry gelato, and fresh raspberries

Northern Bloom

Once again, the Canada Pavilion is home to the Northern Bloom booth!

Northern Bloom Booth

None of the dishes here are new (though some of the drinks are), but we couldn’t resist trying a few of our favorites!

Northern Bloom Menu

So, we picked up the Seared Scallops with French green beans, butter potatoes, brown butter vinaigrette, and applewood-smoked bacon for $7.25

Seared Scallops

…and opted for the Griddled Maple Pound Cake with warm peach compote and sweet corn gelato for dessert. It costs $5.

Griddled Maple Pound Cake

We also tried the new beers on the menu including the Blonde Ale, Blueberry Fruit Beer, and Apricot with Maple Syrup Blonde Ale. Each can be purchased separately, but we went with the Beer Flight for $10 to sample them all.

Beer Flight

Jardin de Fiestas

If you’re going the opposite way around World Showcase, you’ll stumble upon the Jardin de Fiestas booth in the Mexico Pavilion!

Jardin de Fiestas Menu

If you’re in the mood for something a little spicier, you’ll want to stop by here! The menu features the Enchilada de Mole Negro (which is chipotle chicken in a corn tortilla with mole negro, avocado mousse, crema Mexicana, and queso fresco) for $7.50

Enchilada de Mole Negro

Tostada de Chorizo (which is made with Plant-based Chorizo and black beans on a crispy corn tortilla with avocado mousse and queso fresco) for $7.75

Tostada de Chorizo

…and one of our favorite dishes, the Taco Vampiro. It costs $8 and is made with Barbacoa beef in a corn tortilla with crispy grilled Monterey jack cheese, salsa ranchera, and esquites.

Taco Vampiro

Of course, we couldn’t resist trying some of the drinks here too, so we got the Poppy Flower Margarita (which is a mix of Tequila blanco, hibiscus flower tea, cucumber juice, aperitivo, and blackcurrant liqueur with a chile salt rim) for $13.75

Poppy Flower Margarita

…and the GORGEOUS Hypnotic Margarita (which includes Tequila blanco, mezcal, rosemary syrup, cognac, and lemon juice) for $14.75.

Hypnotic Margarita

Flavor Full Kitchen Hosted By AdventHealth

Flavor Full Kitchen can be found between the Imagination! Pavilion and Refreshment Port.

Flavor Full Kitchen

The booth itself is hosted by AdventHealth (a hospital network in Central Florida) and features a variety of healthy dishes “fresh from the garden.”

Flavor Full Kitchen Menu

New to the booth this year is the Grilled Street Corn on the Cob with savory garlic spread. If you’re completing the Garden Graze food stroll then you’ll need to pick this one up for $5.75.

Grilled Street Corn

We also picked up the Seared Salmon with farro risotto and micro herbs for $6.25

Seared Salmon

…the Strawberry Mousse with chocolate-crisp pearls for $4.75…

Strawberry Mousse

…and the fun (and tasty) Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt for $4.75.

Cookie Butter Worms and Dirt

Refreshment Port

On your walk into World Showcase, you’ll also find Refreshment Port, which is serving up THREE specialty items for the Flower & Garden Festival this year.

Refreshment Port Menu

If you’re stopping by here for something to eat, you can get the plant-based House-made Italian Sausage and Peppers Poutine for $9, but we decided to try both of the drinks today.

First up was the Salted Cucumber Apple Hard Cider for $10.75

Salted Cucumber Apple Hard Cider

…and we also got the Lavender Martini for $11. This one may not look like it’s got a lot of lavender, but we definitely picked up on the lavender and lemon flavors mixed with the vodka.

Lavender Martini

And, there’s even a little something extra here — the Blueberry Lemonade Soft Serve! You won’t find it on the main menu out front of Refreshment Port, but you can get it for $5.75.

Blueberry Lemonade Soft Serve

Cider House

Over in the UK Pavilion, you’ll find Cider House which features a ton of — you can probably guess — ciders!

Cider House

But, if you aren’t in the mood to sip on anything, you can try the new BLT Scone with Nueske’s applewood-smoked bacon, sundried tomato, and basil. It is available for $5.

BLT Scone

Lotus House

Up next was the Lotus House booth in the China Pavilion!

Lotus House Booth

On the menu, you’ll find a few returning festival favorites and a couple of new ones too!

Lotus House Menu

Here we tried the new Spicy Mala Chicken Skewer for $6.75, the non-alcoholic Rose Bubble Milk Tea for $8.75, and the Marco Boba (which is an alcoholic drink made with Amaretto, iced coffee, milk, and boba) for $12.50.

We got the full spread!

Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market

The Bauernmarkt booth can be found in the Germany Pavilion and it promises “Bavarian bites sure to sate foodies of all ages.”

Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market

We’ve seen almost the entire menu available here before, but that doesn’t mean that you should skip it!

Bauernmarkt: Farmer’s Market Menu

One of the more unique dishes here is the Potato Pancakes with house-made applesauce (which is also part of Garden Graze this year). It costs $4.75.

Potato Pancakes with house-made applesauce

And, you can also find a variety of beers including the Hugo Lager, the Premium Pilsner, and the Raspberry Radler. Try them all in a Beer Flight for $10!

Beer Flight

Tangierine Cafe: Flavors of the Medina

Tangierine Cafe in the Morocco Pavilion has once again transformed into a festival booth and you’ll find THREE new items, along with one that might look familiar on the menu.

Tangierine Cafe Menu

There’s the new Mediterranean Flatbread with za’atar, artichokes, olives, mozzarella, and feta cheese for $5.75

Mediterranean Flatbread

…and the Vanilla, Rose Water, and Pistachio Panna Cotta for $8. Look familiar? That’s because this one has been featured at the EPCOT Festival of the Arts in the past and we have LOVED it!

Vanilla, Rose Water, and Pistachio Panna Cotta

And, if you’re thirsty, you can try an assortment of alcoholic drinks including the Pomegranate Mimosa for $11

Pomegranate Mimosa

…or pick up the Cider Flight for $10. It includes Ginger and Elderberry Ale, Pomegranate Hard Cider, and Blackberry Mint Mead.

Cider Flight

La Isla Fresca 

Nearby between the Morocco and France Pavilion is the La Isla Fresca booth.

La Isla Fresca Booth

The menu is brand new to the Flower & Garden Festival, but there are a few items returning from other EPCOT festivals like the Arepas topped with melted queso fresco for $5

Arepas topped with melted queso fresco

…and the Arepa topped with shrimp, crushed avocado ají, and tomato sauce for $6.75.

Arepa topped with shrimp, crushed avocado ají, and tomato sauce

One of our favorite dishes that we tried here was the Coconut Tres Leches! It costs $4.50 and is a vanilla cake soaked in oat milk, almond milk, and coconut milk with toasted coconut.

Coconut Tres Leches

And, to drink, we got the Coconut Key Lime Ale (which is $5.00 for a 6oz and $9 for a 12 oz), the Tropical Breeze (which can be made with White Sangria for $11 or without for $4.50), and the Tropical Breeze with rum for $11.

Drinks from La Isla Fresca

Fleur de Lys

The France Pavilion is once again home to some tasty festival bites at the Fleur de Lys booth and almost the entire menu is brand new!

Fleur de Lys Menu

We stopped by to try the Croissant au Fromage de Chèvre, Herbes et Ail Rôtie (which is a croissant with goat cheese, herbs, and roasted garlic) for $6.75

Croissant au Fromage de Chèvre, Herbes et Ail Rôtie

…the Pan Bagnat Classique (which is the Niçoise Sandwich with house-made bread, albacore tuna mayonnaise, tomato, black olives, lettuce, and celery) for $7

Pan Bagnat Classique

…and the Salade de Lentilles à la Lyonnaise (which is a French Green Lentil Salad with bacon and garlic sausage) for $5.50.

Salade de Lentilles à la Lyonnaise

Plus, we couldn’t pass up the returning Beignet Caramélisé, Fourré Crème Vanille, Glacé au Caramel Fleur de Sel. It’s a caramelized beignet filled with vanilla cream and glazed with caramel fleur de sel and costs $5.75.

Beignet Caramélisé, Fourré Crème Vanille, Glacé au Caramel Fleur de Sel

Primavera Kitchen

The Italy Pavilion is another fan-favorite spot to grab festival bites and this year the Primavera Kitchen is no different!

Primavera Kitchen

The menu features “Old-Country dishes” and everything pairs with a glass of wine, of course.

Primavera Kitchen Menu

Dishes include Arancini (aka Fried Risotto Balls stuffed with braised beef served with grape tomato salad and balsamic emulsion) for $14Ravioli alla Boscaiola (a sweet sausage ravioli with sweet corn, spring vegetables, and cream sauce) for $13, and Bomboloni (a cream-filled Italian doughnut with raspberry sauce and powdered sugar) for $12.

Arancini, Ravioli alla Boscaiola, and Bomboloni


Ever heard of Frushi? Well, this dish has been around at the Japan Pavilion booth for years and it is BACK at the Hanami booth!

Hanami booth

While Frushi may be the highlight (at least in our opinion), there’s also a TON of other great eats and drinks on the menu here.

Hanami Menu

We tried the Chicken Yakitori (which is grilled chicken with scallions, red pepper-shoyu emulsion, and pickled onions) for $7.50 and the Beef Tataki (which is seared sirloin with red shiso sauce, watermelon radish, and sprouts) for $8 along with the Yuzu Tilted Tonic Hard Seltzer for $5 (in a 6oz glass),  the Ozeki Pineapple Nigori Sake for $9.50, and the Cucumber Cooler (which is a mix of sake, vodka, and cucumber garnished with a cucumber slice) for $8.50.

The full spread from the Hanami Booth!

Magnolia Terrace

For some southern comfort food, you’ll want to head to the Magnolia Terrace booth in The American Adventure Pavilion.

Magnolia Terrace Menu

Most of the menu items here are returning, including the Grilled Oysters with Cajun butter for $7.50

Grilled Oysters with Cajun butter

…but there is one new item — the Spicy Chicken Gumbo with Andouille sausage and Ben’s Original Long Grain & Wild Rice. You can try it for $6.25.

Spicy Chicken Gumbo

The Honey Bee-stro Hosted By National Honey Board

Spike The Bee tends to make an appearance for the Flower & Garden Festival and this year you’ll find him at The Honey Bee-stro booth which is hosted by National Honey Board.

Honey Bee-stro

Honey concoctions fill up the menu, and you’ll even be able to find a POPULAR souvenir!

Honey Bee-stro Menu

Yes, we’re talking about the Spike The Bee Sipper! This year it is filled with Honey-Peach Freeze and you can get it for $15.

Spike The Bee Sipper

While we were there, we also picked up the B. Nektar New Wave Lemonade Mead! It costs $5 for a 6oz cup and $9 for a 12oz.

Lemonade Mead


Like other festivals, each Joffrey’s location throughout the park features a specialty drink — and they’re each different! At the World Discovery location (which is near Mission: SPACE), you can get the Minty Melon Refresher for $5.99.

Minty Melon Refresher

This new drink is a lightly caffeinated blend of watermelon-cucumber-mint juice with strawberries and blueberries. Plus, you can even get it spiked with Watermelon-Basil Vodka! It’ll just cost ya $13.99.

We also found this drink being served at the Joffrey’s location near Disney Traders.

Minty Melon Refresher

At the Joffrey’s location near Canada, you can find the Strawberry Fields Refresher. This one also costs $5.99 and is made with a blend of strawberry açaí juice with strawberries and blueberries. You can also get it made with strawberry-lemongrass vodka for $13.99.

Strawberry Fields Refresher

And, the Wildberry Wonder Refresher is the third specialty Joffrey’s drink, which can be found at The American Adventure location.

Wildberry Wonder Refresher

For $5.99 you can enjoy the lightly caffeinated blend of wildberry-hibiscus juice with strawberries and blueberries, or you can get it spiked with Tropical Rum for $13.99.

Wildberry Wonder Refresher

Funnel Cake Stand

You’ll also want to make a pit stop at the Funnel Cake Stand in The American Adventure Pavilion to try the new Strawberry Cheesecake Funnel Cake! It is topped with strawberry ice cream, cheesecake crumbles, strawberry drizzle, and whipped cream and costs $10.50.

Strawberry Cheesecake Funnel Cake

You Can Get FREE Dole Whip at EPCOT’s Flower & Garden Festival — Click HERE to Learn How!

Refreshment Outpost

Our final stop around World Showcase was Refreshment Outpost, which is also serving up some Flower & Garden Festival-only eats and drinks.

Refreshment Outpost

We picked up the Tangerine Cream Ale for $10.75.

Tangerine Cream Ale

EPCOT Flower & Garden Activities

Aside from eating and drinking, there’s are quite a few other activities to busy yourself with during the day including the returning scavenger hunt — Spike’s Pollen Nation Exploration!

Scavenger Hunt Details

You can pick up a scavenger hunt map for $9.99 (which is a bit of a price increase compared to last year) at Creations Shop, Disney Traders, or World Travelers and search for Spike The Bee in each EPCOT World Showcase pavilion to win a prize.

Spike Pollen Nation Scavenger Hunt Map

He’s hidden all over, so be sure to look high and low!

HINT: Spike is hidden somewhere near the Daisy Topiary!

When we visited today, the official scavenger hunt prizes had yet to come in, so Disney was giving out some older prizes in the meantime.

Click HERE to See Why You Should WAIT to Complete This Scavenger Hunt in EPCOT!

EPCOT Flower & Garden Entertainment

Along with the scavenger hunt, you can keep yourself busy as you digest all the food by checking out all the Flower & Garden Festival entertainment! This year, you can take a stroll down the Health Full Trail, presented by AdventHealth. This trail includes a walkway with tips for living healthy.

2021 Health Full Trail

Or, you can stop by the Fragrant Garden, which is presented by Scentsy and features flower displays inspired by different scents.

Blossoms of Fragrance Display

And, if you’re staying at EPCOT into the evening, you’ll want to be sure to check out the Garden Rocks concert series which is back for 2022! The first concert is tonight at the America Gardens Theatre starring Skillzmatic.

Garden Rocks takes place at the America Gardens Theatre

Showtimes are at 5:30PM, 6:45PM, and 8PM.

See the FULL Gardens Rock Concert Series Line Up HERE!

EPCOT Flower & Garden Topiaries

This year, the EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival features 24 topiary displays that can be found throughout the entire park — here’s where you can find them!

At the main entrance, you can find Goofy celebrating the festival AND Disney World’s 50th Anniversary. This is a great photo op to get when you first walk into the park!

Goofy Topiary

Over near Mission: SPACE, you’ll find the Buzz Lightyear topiary…

Buzz Topiary

…and as you make your way to World Showcase, you’ll also pass the Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Huey, Dewey, and Louie Topiary at the bridge…

…and Sorcerer Mickey surrounded by Brooms, Ostriches, a Hippo, and a Gator at the entrance to World Showcase. Be sure to check this one out at night because Mickey’s hat lights up!

Sorcerer Mickey Topiary

The iconic Figment Topiary is also back again this year — just look for it in front of the Imagination! Pavilion.

Figment Topiary

You’ll also find the Bambi and Friends here and the Simba and Friends (Rafiki, Simba, Mufasa, and Sarabi) and the Pumbaa and Timon Topiaries between Imagination! and The Land Pavilion too!

And, while you’re on your way, stop by The Land Pavilion to check out the Woody, Bo Peep, and Her Sheep Topiary!

Woody and Bo Peep Topiary

Around World Showcase, each pavilion has one (or more!) topiaries that feature Disney characters that correlate with each country. So in France, you’ll find the returning Beauty and the Beast Topiary featuring the Beast and Belle…

Beauty and the Beast Topiary

…plus Lumiere and Cogsworth are hiding out in the garden area!

Lumiere and Cogsworth Topiary

In the Italy Pavilion, you can check out the Lady and the Tramp Topiary, though it’s in a bit of a different location this year so keep your eyes peeled!

Lady and The Tramp Topiary

And, in the Mexico Pavilion, you’ll find The Three Caballeros Topiary featuring Jose, Donald, and Panchito.

Three Caballeros Topiary

The Germany Pavilion also features multiple topiaries including the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Topiary…

…the Kermit the Frog Topiary…

Kermit Topiary

…and the Miss Piggy Topiary.

Miss Piggy Topiary

And, the Norway Pavilion has an Anna and Elsa Topiary…

Anna and Elsa Topiary

…as well as a Troll Topiary.

Troll Topiary

Plus, a variety of characters are hiding around the U.K. Pavilion including Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Tick Tock Croc (which can actually be found between the U.K. and Canada Pavilions)…

Peter Pan and Captain Hook Topiaries

Tinker Bell (and her Fairy House Garden)…

Tinker Bell Topiary

…and Winnie the Pooh and his friends, Rabbit, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger.

Pooh and Friends Topiary

And, over in the American Adventure pavilion, you’ll find Pluto and Chip ‘n’ Dale hanging out near the festival booth.

Pluto and Chip ‘n’ Dale Topiary

But, don’t just look inside the pavilions for the topiaries! For example, the Dragon Topiary located in the Japan Pavilion is actually found near the Torii Gate…

Dragon Topiary

…and the Panda Topiaries are located in the China Pavilion gardens.

Panda Topiary

Click HERE to See Everything There is To Do at EPCOT’s 2022 Flower & Garden Festival (That’s Not Eating)

EPCOT Flower & Garden Merchandise

In the mood to do some shopping? Well, Disney has released FIVE different collections for the Flower & Garden Festival. But, you might want to be prepared to face crowds when you’re shopping — we had to wait in a line to get into Creations Shop and Port of Entry, and World Traveler was packed with people first thing in the morning.

Orange Bird

Orange Bird is here with some new (and VERY popular) merchandise items, including a new Dooney & Bourke purse collection that features a green background and Orange Bird doing some citrus gardening. There is a tote, a crossbody, and a satchel available.

Orange Bird Dooney & Bourke Collection

Other Orange Bird items include a hat for $27.99…

Orange Bird Hat

…a tumbler…

Orange Bird tumbler

…salt and pepper shakers for $9.99 each…

Salt & pepper shakers

…a large mug for $19.99…

Orange Bird mug

…a bucket hat…

Spirit Jersey bucket hat

…and an Orange Bird Gift Card. You can load the gift card with any amount you’d like and use at the festival booths (or any other places in Disney World).

Orange Bird Gift Card

Plus, there’s even a new Orange Bird Spirit Jersey that is sure to be a popular item this year!


Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse

The Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse collection features pins, apparel, and even a special edition MagicBand!

Mickey MagicBand

It features flowers, a Spaceship Earth icon, and the 2022 festival logo with Mickey and Minnie.

A closer look at the MagicBand

Mickey Mouse Home Garden

The Mickey Mouse Home Garden collection includes garden-inspired merchandise, like gardening gloves for $14.99…

New gardening gloves

…a water bottle for $29.99…

Grow green water bottle

…a serving tray that says “Grow Green” for $34.99…

Grow green serving tray

…a wide-brimmed hat that says “Plant Lady” for $29.99…

This hat is perfect for gardening; it will keep the sun out of your face!

…and a “Plant Lady” t-shirt with a Mickey-shaped flower blooming on the front.

Plant Lady top

Plus, there are also some other gardening items like this top…

New tank top

…and this large tote. Both cost $34.99.

This tote bag is nice and roomy!

Spike the Bee

Spike the Bee is also part of the Flower and Garden Festival, with an entire collection dedicated to the character!

Figment Garden — Annual Passholders

Of course, it wouldn’t be an EPCOT festival without some new Figment merchandise too! There’s an entire Annual Passholder line dedicated to the purple dragon and you can find everything from sweatshirts…

Figment Zip Up Sweater

…to Magicbands, and more!

Figment MagicBand

Just keep in mind that you will need to provide proof that you are a Disney World Annual Passholder to purchase.

Click HERE to See ALL the 2022 Flower & Garden Festival Merchandise (and how much it costs)!

We’ll be updating this post throughout the day, so be sure to check back often to follow along with us as we give you a look at EVERYTHING happening at this year’s EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival! Stay tuned to AllEars for more Disney news!

Check out all the ultimate guide for the 2022 EPCOT Flower & Garden Festival here!

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