Full Guide to the 2024 EPCOT Flower and Garden Festival Topiaries at Walt Disney World

Feb 29, 2024 in "Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival"

2024 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival topiaries and gardens
Posted: Thursday February 29, 2024 8:43am ET by WDWMAGIC Staff

The 2024 EPCOT International Flower and Garden Festival offers a spectacular tour of floral splendor, combining the natural beauty of flowers with the artistry of topiary sculptures. Each display showcases Disney's horticulturists' talents and brings beloved characters and stories to life, making it a must-visit event for Disney fans and garden lovers alike.

Here's a comprehensive guide to the topiary displays at this year's festival and where you can find them:

Main Entrance

Wish (Asha, Valentino, and the Wishing Star) – A new addition that welcomes guests with the story of Disney's Wish animated movie.

World Celebration

Figment, Flower Topiaries, and Flower Towers – Located at World Celebration Gardens this area celebrates imagination with the beloved Figment surrounded by vibrant floral creations.


Huey, Dewey, and Louie – The mischievous nephews of Donald Duck bring their playful antics to World Celebration near Test Track.

Donald Duck – Found near Connections Café in World Celebration, showcasing the iconic character in a community garden setting.

Goofy – Captured in a whimsical moment at Rosewalk.

Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Chip, Dale, and Pluto – Found on the Bridge to World Showcase, showcasing the iconic Disney characters as a welcoming committee.



World Discovery

Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy – A new addition near Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind, bringing the Marvel character Groot to life.


Buzz Lightyear – Positioned near Mission: SPACE, this topiary salutes the space ranger hero from Toy Story.

World Nature

Woody, Bo Peep, and Her Sheep – Located between Imagination! and The Land Pavilion, showcasing characters from Toy Story.



Simba and Friends (Rafiki, Simba, Mufasa, and Sarabi) – Near The Land Pavilion, this display celebrates the royal family of The Lion King.

Pumbaa and Timon – Also near The Land Pavilion, highlighting the adventurous duo from The Lion King.

World Showcase

Encanto (Mirabel, Antonio, Isabela, and Luisa) – Brings the fan-favorite Madrigal family to the World Showcase.




Coco (Miguel and Dante) – A new addition at the Mexico Pavilion, celebrating the vibrant culture and music of Coco.



Anna and Elsa – Found at the Norway Pavilion, inviting guests into the world of Frozen.


Troll – Also in the Norway Pavilion, adding a touch of Norse mythology.

Pandas – A serene display at the China Pavilion, symbolizing peace and friendship.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Located at the Germany Pavilion, this display brings the classic fairy tale to life.



Lady and the Tramp – Found at the Italy Pavilion, capturing the romantic spirit of the beloved film.

Tiana – Showcasing the determined princess from The Princess and the Frog at The American Adventure Pavilion.


Dragon – A majestic display near the Japan Pavilion's Torii Gate.


Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy – Positioned between the France and Morocco Pavilions, celebrating the iconic Muppets.


Beauty and the Beast – The timeless tale is depicted at the France Pavilion.

Lumiere and Cogsworth – Also at the France Pavilion, adding charm with the beloved characters from Beauty and the Beast.



Butterfly and Flower Towers – Enhancing the International Gateway with fluttering beauty.

Winnie the Pooh and Friends (Rabbit, Eeyore, Piglet, and Tigger) – A whimsical display at the United Kingdom Pavilion.


Tinker Bell's Fairy House Garden – Located in the United Kingdom Pavilion, inviting guests into Tinker Bell's magical world.

Peter Pan, Captain Hook, and Tick Tock Croc – A dynamic display capturing the adventure of Peter Pan, found between the United Kingdom and Canada Pavilions.


Geese – Bringing a touch of wildlife to the Canada Pavilion.

Bambi and Friends – Near Canada and Refreshment Port, this display features the timeless tale of Bambi, Thumper, and Flower.

Various Locations

Butterflies – Found at the Main Entrance, Scentsy Garden, Butterfly House, and World Showcase, these displays capture the delicate beauty of butterflies, symbolizing transformation and renewal.


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ToTBellHop22 days ago

Epcot is definitely beautiful during F&G.

SaucyBoy22 days ago

Good morning from Epcot! I don’t know if it’s because I haven’t done Flower and Garden in four years but I think this is the prettiest I’ve seen Epcot in a long time; absolutely stunning!! And the weather today? Sublime!

CntrlFlPeteMar 14, 2024

it was a real mix of 'crowds'. Based on T-shirts, Rick Springfield brings people to the park -- public schools are out this week (at least in Polk county) -- AP block out dates start coming up in the next couple of weeks -- Spring break from other areas -- International tourism has seemed strong at Disney (my opinion) the last 8 months or so. But it was really crowded compared to what it had been since the last race weekend. For my wife, my mother-in-law, and myself, it was chicken and waffles, butterfly gardens, then home for it was a bit too much for us and it is easy for us to come back another day.

HauntedPirateMar 13, 2024

Opening day was busy, so to hear that a recent day was busier is … interesting. And telling.

Andrew25Mar 12, 2024

F&G booths haven't been busy at all outside first weekend. But the park is busy, so I'd imagine it has to do with either less disposable income (mostly from APs), or items no longer as exciting or worth trying. Lots of booths this year solely offer some sort of vegetarian option as the only item, and those have been empty. There is definitely festival fatigue at this point. Festival of the Arts was quite busy, so I think people are interested in them still... but not a new one each month lol Sooner or later they will need to incentivize guests to go in the summer... so they'll need to come up with a summer festival soon

CntrlFlPeteMar 12, 2024

We went on Monday and I would say that Spring Break is certainly happening. I would not claim that I have been to each day of the festival, but I can certainly say that Monday was the busiest we have seen Epcot during this year's F&G. We were there on opening day and the crowds on opening day where nowhere near what we saw on 3/11 (save for the queue to get into Creations on opening day).

HauntedPirateMar 11, 2024

There would be some value to that educational piece, I'd imagine. But here we are. We were there are the start and it was obviously very busy, but it's interesting to hear that crowds seem to have died off rather quickly, especially on a weekend. We'll see how things go over the next month with Spring Break ramping up quickly, I'm rather interested in hearing more boots-on-the-ground reports of crowds for F&G.

tpoly88Mar 11, 2024

There is a lot that goes into it and difficult keeping the flowers looking great in the FL Heat. I do wish they had some more of the educational aspect they used to have with workshops and teaching different techniques in gardening. i know its not really sexy but i used to like talking with the botanists about different plants and flowers. Went yesterday and the Festival seems very empty like they removed a lot of Kiosks and festival tents. Was not crowded at all yesterday given that its spring break. What few food pavilions they did have I didn't have to wait at all.

HauntedPirateMar 08, 2024

I also wondered why they didn't offer a real buffalo chicken option as well as the fake buffalo chicken option. Seems rather short-sighted.

Andrew25Mar 08, 2024

Yeah but I want Buffalo Tender Poutine with actual chicken lol

HauntedPirateMar 08, 2024

In the case of Canada, traditional poutine is also available. However, it’s not listed in the guide, only on the physical menu at the stand.

Andrew25Mar 08, 2024

Has anyone seen substantial lines thus far at some of the booths with only plant-based options? Noticed a few of the booths with only plant-based options aren't too busy (Poutine at Canada, booth between Morocco/France). Very surprised they can't offer a traditional protein as well.

MisterPenguinMar 08, 2024

boo-yah!!

monothingieMar 07, 2024

Fair enough, but it waters down the brand, even making it appear fake. Zach and the carefully crafted persona marketing created for him bordered on parody. They've toned it back from Zach, but when your competitor is building an entire new park, bragging about a painted bush with a projector on it, thinking that this will excite people, seems out of touch.