Masterful topiaries at the International Flower & Garden Festival

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IMG_3457-WDW-EPCOT-butterfly-house:) Even if you’ve only been reading My Mobile Adventures *~*~* for a short time, you know that I’m not a fan of the “Disney fairies”, Tinker Bell’s alleged little friends from her alleged home of Pixie Hollow [see 5 Ways Disney has defiled Tinkerbell]. Still, I like to think that my prejudices still leave room for giving credit where credit is due. The Pixie Hollow display outside the butterfly house at EPCOT this past spring was a study in how to make great topiaries. Even without facial expressions, the artists who create these masterpieces manage to convey personality and emotion in every piece they created in this garden. I’m going to shut up now and just let you look. Brava, bravo, bravi Disney horticulture team!







So, whaddaya think? Pretty darn good, huh? :)

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12 thoughts on “Masterful topiaries at the International Flower & Garden Festival”

  1. Those are impressive! My kids keep looking at them over and over asking why haven’t we seen these before?? We always go to Disney in November, so we see Christmas decorations rather than flowers!

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