Stalking the big, red “hidden” Mickey heads at EPCOT

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I love the banks of the lagoons at EPCOT during the International Flower and Garden Festival, because of the all the fun shapes planted into the flower beds. I’ve seen hearts, stars, half-moons and of course, “hidden” Mickey heads. Last spring, the landscaping included two huge, red “hidden” Mickey heads in these locations. One was very close to the glass pyramids that house the Imagination! attraction. The other was quite close to the butterfly house on the other side of the park. Here we go – enjoy!

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9 thoughts on “Stalking the big, red “hidden” Mickey heads at EPCOT”

  1. So colorful and orderly. I can only begin to imagine the maintenance which results in such distinct borders. No matter what i try to do do it’s choked out by meadow grasses eventually even in raised beds the seed get airborne. It’s nice to see that someone somewhere can mange nature 🙂

  2. Oooh! I love Disney World! We’ve taken our kids there almost every year since they were born. What a happy place to be!
    xoxo…Kathy

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