Tuesday, April 1, 2014

#ButterflyTopiary : International Flower and Garden Festival in EPCOT

My husband and I were at EPCOT in #DisneyWorld last Thursday to see the #InternationalFlowerandGardenFestival which is presented by #HGTV. My goodness, fun is in bloom indeed. We love taking the monorail because it is really cool to see part of EPCOT up above the monorail tracks. The first blooms that I saw was the garden near the Tinker Bell's Butterfly Garden. It was so colorful and the Disney Character topiaries are gigantic so it was beautiful and visible up above.

We decided to stay in Future World and take 3 rides. I already reserved my fast pass online but, since hubby can't get his fast pass, we took the standby. We won't be long anyway coz we get tired from walking around so; I  told hubby that we will stay in Future World and take the photos of Topiaries and the garden display at the entrance. We will be back next time before the festival ends.

As we were walking towards the Tinker Bells's Butterfly Garden, this giant Butterfly Topiary caught my eyes. Such a gorgeous display don't you think? There are over a 100 topiary displays in Epcot. Some topiaries are favorite Disney Characters and some are seasonal topiaries so; every year is truly different. We did not go to World Showcase.

It is spring break so; it is super crowded in Disney World.  All the rides have 30 to 80 minutes stand by , crazy right? If you plan to visit Disney World, get your ticket ahead of time and reserve your fast pass online or on your cellphone.  You save time and your energy will not be wasted with the queue. With our case, it is alright because we have a yearly pass and we can visit anytime on weekdays and in any parks. We can take the standby of 30 max. When we went to Soarin' Attraction, the wait time is 80 minutes LOL. We did not go. We took the Land instead and it was pretty interesting.

The Amazing topiary displays are in the World Showcase area. I will take photos of the topiaries in that area on our next visit. I really wanted to go there alone though LOL. My husband hates to walk from pavilion to pavilion. Goodness! LOL!

Yep, for now , I am sharing this butterfly display.  I took more photos inside the Tinker Bell's butterfly garden. If you love flowers, I use the zoom feature of my camera phone and take photos to some blooms and the flowers are all pretty.

I hope you enjoyed viewing the butterfly display. Do you think you can you make this art work in your garden? Thanks for stopping by. Come back tomorrow for another exciting and interesting photos. have a great day!

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