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PHOTOS - Take a full photo tour around the 2014 Epcot Flower and Garden Festival

MinnieM123

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71jason

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I really like the direction the F&G Festival is heading. If they add a few more booths it's a spring food and wine which fine in my book.

Agreed, but the menus definitely place more of an emphasis on fruits/vegetables/flowers; I think it's theme-appropriate. And don't say that too loud, the crowds haven't caught on yet.
 

Scuttle

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Couldn't help noticing the Mary Poppins topiary. Does anyone know if the one at the Grand Floridian is back yet? It's been gone for months last I saw or heard. I loved seeing that thing from the resort loop.
 

Nmoody1

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I'm a big fan of the food booths.... I only wish there were 1 or 2 more to be honest!

However, an aspect of flower and garden that I think could be beneficial would be 'show gardens' similar to what you get at Chelsea Flower Show here in London - gardens set up to look at and give inspiration. Maybe two or three in Future World - with modern elements such as irrigation systems, modern lighting/design and new ways of incorporating fruit/veg (an extension of The Land if you will, but in a show garden concept) whilst in World Showcase more of a larger garden display of world inspiration that changes each year - several gardens set up themed to countries that aren't in world showcase.... An Indian garden, a Greek garden, an Hawaiian garden - something that's not just character topiaries and gardener a/designers could be on hand to give tips.
 

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