All Global Gardens at the 2022 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

The 2022 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival has begun, and guests can now enjoy 22 global gardens, including a new one presented by Scentsy. Check them all out below.

Bold Bromeliads – World Nature by The Land Pavilion

These plants surround the sign explaining where bromeliads can be found.

Health Full Trail Presented by AdventHealth – Imagination! Walkway

Delight in a whimsical area made to inspire youthful energy and creativity! The whole family can learn ways to stay healthy at this outdoor kitchen and garden. It closes at dusk.

This garden includes seats for parents while their children play. There are also a few umbrellas to provide shade.

Cast Members monitor the playground.

There are slides and things to climb on.

These ropes can be used to climb.

This is a slide with smooth bars that roll with you.

These structures have dots and airplane shapes in them.

This is like a rock wall.

This carousel spins and has seats inside.

This section of the playground is themed like a hot air balloon.

This net bridge moves and stretches as you walk on it.

There’s a rope and wood bridge leading up to the “basket” of the hot air balloon.

The blue plastic structure has drums, spinning gears, and a finger maze.

Here is a small green tunnel.

These discs move up and down on their yellow pole.

These leaves can be moved around.

Blocks can be moved at this station too.

It looks like this rainbow flower will someday have water spraying out of it.

Blossoms of Fragrance Garden Presented by Scentsy (NEW) – World Showcase Bridge

Blossoms of Fragrance celebrates the scents that come from various plants.

As this sign explains, scents can evoke powerful memories.

Flowers of many types surround giant butterfly topiaries.

Different scents emit from these signs, which describe what we tend to associate with each fragrance. Cinnamon can evoke memories of baking or fall treats.

We frequently see lavender in soap products.

Floral scents remind us of spring.

“Does this fruity fragrance remind you of a certain soft-serve treat?”

They’re talking about Dole Whip, of course! You can find it at Pineapple Promenade during the festival.

You may have to lean close to catch a whiff of the scents.

A pine smell can make you think of hikes and camping.

Check out the tangerine soft serve from Refreshment Outpost if citrus is your favorite.

Outdoor Escapes Presented by OFF!® Repellents – World Discovery

Unwind in refreshing spaces that show just how easy it is to create an outdoor escape that brings family and friends together—no design expertise, huge budget, or green thumb required! Outdoor Escapes closes at dusk.

In this garden, signs encourage spending time with family and friends in outdoor, green spaces.

The garden offers some seating for guests.

It makes for a pleasant place to wait for your traveling companion while they’re shopping in Creations Shop.

Various signage gives tips on making the most of small outdoor spaces or building an “outdoor escape” on a budget.

You can repurpose unwanted household items as creative planters.

A fountain has even been turned into a three-tiered planter.

Guests were enjoying the outdoor tables and chairs.

Tips for making the outdoors more comfortable serve as an advertisement for the garden sponsor, Off.

Here, a freestanding bathtub has been repurposed as a planter.

Guests can challenge themselves to find colorful dragonflies hidden throughout and identify their patterns.

Floating Gardens – World Nature

Peer upon more than 150 petite plots drifting on the ponds that border the bridge to World Showcase.

Floating planters make up this garden in the water.

Pink, white, and red flowers alternate in the planters.

They can be seen throughout EPCOT in ponds.

The Fountains of Imagination provide a beautiful backdrop.

Festival Blooms – World Celebration

"50" flowerbed in front of Imagination Pavilion

The Walt Disney World Resort is celebrating 50 years, and visitors can find the 50th Anniversary logo in these flower beds.

These flowers form a Minnie Mouse head with a bow.

More flowers form Mickey heads.

Bambi’s Butterfly House – World Nature near Imagination!

View a kaleidoscope of butterflies up close, in all their unique color. Learn about butterfly lifecycles and maybe even see one emerge from its chrysalis. It closes at dusk.

Enter Bambi’s Butterfly Pavilion, located near Journey into Imagination with Figment, to see various butterflies!

There is a Bambi topiary nearby, but this is just a cutout.

Signs around the garden teach guests about the different types of butterflies.

Flower helps us learn about host and nectar plants, which attract butterflies.

Learn how to plant your own butterfly habitat with Thumper.

These little houses hold butterfly larvae.

Visitors can also learn about the life cycle of a butterfly.

Guests enter and exit through chain curtains that keep the butterflies contained.

The Honey Bee-stro Hosted by National Honey Board® – Rosewalk near Imagination!

Insects and flowers are interconnected, so you’ll find many opportunities to learn about insects during the EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival.

This garden is next to the Honey Bee-stro outdoor kitchen.

Jars of honey are on display.

The National Honey Board sponsors this garden.

Learn more about caring for bees.

Guests can take advantage of this honeycomb photo opp.

Standing tables behind the honeycomb offer a place to eat festival foods and drinks.

Learn various facts about bees and bee-friendly actions you can take at home.

Tropical Rainforest Garden – Mexico Pavilion

Discover the rich biodiversity of the Mexican rainforest and learn about its highly adaptive species.

You’ll not only learn about the importance of the rainforest in our everyday lives but also enjoy the beauty and variety of these plants.

Around the EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival, you’ll find signs with the common name, genus, and species of each plant.

This is another bromeliad.

The rainforest flowers have fun, vibrant colors.

Some of the flowers are in artful pots and jars.

Extraordinary Orchids – Mexico Pavilion

Set eyes on these spectacular plants blooming in radiant color.

This “garden” is really only a handful of plants.

Spike the Bee is hidden throughout the gardens as part of a scavenger hunt.

China Zodiac Garden – China Pavilion

This garden features the 12 animals of the Chinese Zodiac created from plants.

Signs give information about each zodiac creature.

The signs also list the most recent years associated with each animal so you can find your own zodiac.

This garden also runs along the bridge that Mulan sometimes appears on. If she’s out, the bridge is blocked off, so you can’t see all of the animals — but it does make for a beautiful photo of Mulan.

Bamboo Garden – China Pavilion

Visit this garden to see bamboo in various colors, patterns, and sizes.

Learn about the different types of bamboo in this space.

It appears as though Cast Members will add more to this garden in the coming days.

Alpine Miniature Garden – Germany Pavilion

Appreciate the little things in this showcase of diminutive dwellings nestled in a forest of delicate shrubs.

The miniature garden looks like a tiny town.

Guests can find small buildings throughout.

A stream has been created with a collection of blue stones.

This garden is sure to be a hit with kids.

Garden Italiano – Italy Pavilion

From fresh spaghetti sauce to pizza toppings, this Tuscan kitchen garden features all the produce and herbs needed to create a classic Italian feast.

Italian seasonings and produce can be grown in a terracotta pot, as in this garden.

Flowers are interspersed throughout the garden and produce plants, such as swiss chard and basil.

Here, an olive tree and tomato plants are a perfect starting point for an Italian meal.

Kokedema Garden – Japan Pavilion

Admire fresh expressions of an ancient Japanese art at this tranquil garden.

Kokedama are ornamental plants that are somewhat easy to craft.

Like the bonsai, the kokedama are works of art crafted with materials that happen to come from nature.

Guests can learn what the kokedama plants signify and commonly used materials.

The garden showcases pieces from contemporary Japanese artists.

The exhibit explains how to care for a kokedama plant.

Spice Garden – Morocco Pavilion

Discover how Eastern cultures flourished, trading signature spices and herb blends once considered more valuable than gold.

This unique display educates visitors on the spice trade in the middle east.

Vibrante & Verde: An Encanto Garden

Explore this lush, tropical garden teeming with flora as you look for hints of the Madrigal Family from “Encanto.”

This garden includes plants from Central America and signs about each one.

The garden conjures up images from “Encanto” with stunning colors.

This garden even features a Hidden Mickey!

There’s another giant butterfly, a motif from “Encanto.”

There are also tables in this garden for guests to stand at.

France Bouquet Garden (NEW) – France

See bountiful blooms perfect for a bouquet of cut flowers in this garden ahead of the Ratatouille expansion.

Rows of colorful flowers comprise this French garden.

You can see several different colors of Gerbera daisies.

English Tea Garden Presented by Twinings®

Unearth the history and art of tea-blending at this elegant English tea garden at the United Kingdom Pavilion, featuring plants used in some of Twinings’ finest blends.

Cute teacup and saucer-shaped planters each contain a different type of Twinnings Tea.

Meanwhile, the signs next to each teacup give information on the ingredients of each type of tea.

You can learn where each ingredient is primarily grown and even get some serving suggestions.

The garden introduces unique flavors and types, such as Cold Infus tea.

Learn about pumpkin spice even when it’s not fall.

Shakespeare Garden – United Kingdom Pavilion

Rediscover Shakespeare in this idyllic garden featuring excerpts from some of the Bard’s most famous sonnets—and the dazzling flowers that influenced them.

Flower and plant-related quotations from some of Shakespeare’s most famous plays pepper the garden.

Colorful flowers are contained in a small hedge maze.

The hedge maze surrounds a bust of the famous playwright.

The garden extends to the flower beds across the sidewalk, next to the red telephone booths.

Prehistoric Garden – World Discovery near Mission: SPACE

Imagine life on Earth 65 million years ago with astounding plant life that’s thrived since the age of the dinosaurs.

Artistic “fossils” of dinosaurs can be found among the plants of this garden.

Green Landing Family Play Zone – World Discovery

Enjoy playtime with WALL-E at this eco-friendly garden, which closes at dusk.

This playground is often rethemed for EPCOT festivals. It’s currently decorated with images of WALL-E and Eve.

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