Debuting at this year’s Flower and Garden Festival is the Vibrante and Verde stunning garden. Do you have plans to check it out?
The Flower and Garden Festival
There is so much to see and discover at Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival. This springtime event takes place from March 2 to July 4, 2022. There’s even a new Spaceship Earth light show featuring Colors of the Wind.
At the festival, guests step into brilliant gardens, themed topiaries, a rockin’ concert series, and so much more. Check out our complete guide to the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival 2022 HERE.
Garden Inspired by “Encanto”
Explore the new “Encanto”-inspired garden. This lush tropical jardín is inspired by the movie and its strong female characters like Julieta, Isabela, Luisa and of course, Mirabel.
You can also stroll around a path inspired by the youngest member of the Madrigal family, Antonio. There’s a trellis, shown below, at the beginning of this walking path.
Last week, I (Susan) noticed people wandering slowly through this space. I’m so glad that I checked it out because it was so beautiful. This wonderful garden is available through May 22, 2022.
It’s located near La Isla Fresca Outdoor Kitchen between the Morocco and France pavilions in World Showcase. This year, La Isla Fresca features three arepas dishes: arepa topped with melted queso fresco; arepa topped with shrimp, crushed avocado ají and tomato sauce; and an arepa topped with chorizo. Delicioso!
I love the rainbow flowers and butterfly topiary in this garden.
Other Festival Gardens
While you’re visiting EPCOT, check out the Mexico pavilion in World Showcase where you can discover two more incredible garden destinations. Extraordinary Orchids offers a beautiful area filled with orquídeas, while the Tropical Rainforest Garden lets you discover the rich biodiversity of the Mexican rainforest and its adaptive species.
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Source: Disney Parks Blog