10 Disney Character Topiaries You Have to See to Believe

March 22, 2017   /   byAmanda  / Categories :  Feeds
10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

There’s immeasurable magic to be found in Disney films and theme parks.  Animators bring make-believe characters to life on the big screen and Disney Imagineers turn Disney films into something tangible inside of the theme parks.

There’s another lesser-known part of the Disney magic team that works relentlessly all year to bring Disney’s most beloved characters to life in topiary form.

Disney Character Topiaries You Have to See to Believe

Walt Disney World horticulturists have just unveiled several “live” works of art at the 2017 Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.

Anna & Elsa from FROZEN

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Sheriff Woody from Toy Story

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Snow White from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Belle & Beast from Beauty and the Beast

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Tinker Bell from Peter Pan

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Cruz from Cars 3

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Simba and Rafiki from The Lion King

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Bambi and Thumper from BAMBI

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

Stitch from Lilo and Stitch

10 Disney Character Living Sculpture Topiaries

You can find all of these Disney character topiaries now through May 29th all around the Epcot theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando Florida as part of the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival.

 

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