In the 1960s, at Walt Disney’s request, Bill Evans and the Disney horticultural team began to experiment with topiary.
Roughly 80% of the Walt Disney World resort flowers are irrigated using reclaimed water.
The official Disney Horticulture logo is the Liberty Tree, and there is a story about how that choice was made.
The Epcot International Flower Show and Garden Festival is held each spring for 75 days.
The landscaping at Disney Theme Parks is an integral part of the Disney experience.
Narrow shrubs are referred to as columnar in shape, and they are ideal for a small garden.
Adult butterflies linger in our gardens longer when we have the types of plants on which they can lay their eggs.
Pretty and striped, Monarch caterpillars eat various species of milkweed, so plant lots of it to entice this butterfly to your garden.