One of my favorite parts of Epcot's Flower & Garden Festival is discovering the small specialty gardens scattered throughout the park, often tucked in out-of-the-way spots.
In the shadow of the monorail, near the Imagination Pavilion, I came upon the the Inside Out Emotion Garden.
Each of the 5 Inside Out emotions had its own color-coordinated section of the garden. The plants were selected not only for color, but many also had names that tied in with their theme. For example, the Disgusting Plants section included green onions and the carnivorous Pitcher Plant, while the Sad Plants section displayed Weeping Rosemary, Blue Hydrangea, and Baby Tears.
I really love this spot. The look of the color-blocked layout is really appealing, and the choice of plants and pots used in the garden was spot-on. Shortly after my visit, I heard some chatter about Inside Out being the next movie to get the trailer treatment in the Imagination Pavilion theater, once Tomorrowland's release date passes. Maybe the placement of this garden is a part of that plan...
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