Have you ever wondered what it would be like to roam the Earth 65 million years ago, surrounded by dinosaurs and ancient plants? The Prehistoric Garden at Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival is bringing the prehistoric world to life. Nestled in the World Discovery area near Mission: SPACE, this unique garden is a must-see for both dinosaur enthusiasts and plant lovers.
The display features large bowl-shaped planters, each one a mini prehistoric scene. Within these bowls, the plants are arranged to mimic how they might have looked in the wild, creating a lush and untamed landscape.
Scattered throughout the garden, flat rocks serve as faux fossils, with dinosaur skeletons and eggs artfully embedded in them. Each dinosaur figure transforms its display into a captivating scene, inviting guests to explore and imagine what life would have been like when these creatures roamed the Earth.
The Prehistoric Garden will have all of its finishing touches installed prior to the start of the International Flower and Garden Festival, which will run at EPCOT from February 28 to May 27, 2024.
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