why Epcot flower and garden festival is a must-see!

Why Epcot Flower and Garden Festival Is a Must-See!

Epcot’s flower and garden festival is an annual event which usually runs between March and June. It takes a whole year and approximately 400 horticulturists to prepare for this event and once you step inside you can see precisely why it is worth all of that effort!

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As I am off on my holiday to Florida, I wanted to be able to provide relevant content for you as my readers. Trouble is, I have never been before! Having hypothetical posts are ok but I really wanted to get some insight into what it is like to visit Florida, Orlando and of course Disney World. So, I have asked some blogging friends to step in to give us their experience and views from travelling to this part of the world.

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