Epcot’s 2019 International Food & Wine Festival is still season for cooking up delicious cuisines and serving up refreshing beverages from all across the world through out the park and World Showcase from now till November 23rd, 2019. This week the annual and traditional Flower & Garden Festival announced by Disney will be on it’s 27th year, starting on March 4th-June 1st, 2020.

The 27th Annual Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival begins next year. Image (© Disney)

The 90-day spring time fun will blossom with seasonal sights, sounds and flavors that is something for the whole family. The creative dishes and libations that are offered during the festival’s Outdoor Kitchens towards the fan-favorite artists for the concert series that perform for the Garden Rocks Concert Series, that will welcome guests through out every corner for the park.

The festival is known for it’s longest running themed topiaries, done by Epcot’s creative horticulture teams and has already has plans to bring a Remy topiary as the centerpiece of a new Ratatouille Garden at the France pavilion. This will be planted from the vegetables from the famous Ratatouille recipe. Returning fan favorites for character topiaries Snow White, Elsa and Anna, Belle and Beast, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Miss Piggy and Kermit.

Image (© Disney)

Here more details for the Outdoor Kitchens for the festival:

“Discover raised-bed or in-ground gardens of herbs and produce and discover how to grow their own healthful foods. Thousands of bedding plants in every color of the rainbow will decorate the landscape around Future World and World Showcase, and dozens of Disney-crafted “flower towers” will offer colorful backdrops for spring selfies. Festive mini-gardens will be set afloat like floral pontoons on the Future World east and west lakes.”

Children can burn off some energy with the festival’s Play Garden and Family Play Zone and guests of all ages can check out The Goodness Garden Butterfly House presented by GoGoSqueeZ. Also returning is the popular “How To” garden with expert tips for home gardeners.

Epcot’s International Flower & Garden Festival first began in 1994 as a 38-day celebration of Disney style gardens and topiaries, as for this year inspires for the new generation for this festival in the celebration of the spring season.

The festival is included with admission towards Epcot including all garden and exhibits and for more information by visiting FreshEpcot.com to find out more details.

Source: Disney



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