Views:6768|Rating:4.62|View Time:26:36Minutes|Likes:96|Dislikes:8 Click here to subscribe: ~ Hello guys, in today’s vlog we are back at Disney’s EPCOT but this time for the 2018 Flower and Garden Festival.
Gardeners should turn green with envy when they catch sight of the magic the Walt Disney World Resort has planted for the 25th Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival. It opened Feb. 28 and runs through May 28. Greeting them at Epcot’s entrance is Mickey, Minnie and Goofy in proper topiary version amidst a kaleidoscope of color that sets the scene for the milestone anniversary of this flower-intensive experience at Disney. Not only is 2018 the quarter-century milestone for the Flower Festival, but it also marks the 35th anniversary of Epcot. The scale of the event, flower-wise, is awe-inspiring. More than 70,000 bedding plants colorfully encircle both Future World pavilions, and on the ponds that border the walkway between Future World and World Showcase, more than 100 petite floating gardens glow. Topiaries are a big deal at the event, with approximately 100 different Disney characters, each tied to a specific locale, making their appearance as shrubs-of-art throughout the park.
Fun is blooming at an annual event bursting with brilliant gardens, fresh flavors, interactive playgrounds and rocking entertainment—February 28 through May 28, 2018!
See What’s Budding in 2018
Welcome spring’s arrival by treating your senses to an array of vibrant displays and captivating experiences! Blossoming once again in 2018, the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival is a fun-filled destination for Guests of every age—and the perfect place for nearly every member of the family to dig up their sense of curiosity and discovery. Highlights may include:
Outdoor kitchens offering delectable bites and libations
Dozens of world-renowned, Disney-themed topiaries
Breathtaking garden spaces and wildlife habitats
Inspirational exhibits, a “How-To” Garden, and engaging Tours
An outdoor concert series featuring fan-favorite bands
And much, much more
With so much to see and do, you can return to the Festival again and again—and uncover something new each and every time!
Topiaries, Gardens and Exhibits at the 2018 Epcot® International Flower & Garden Festival Stroll through a creative collection of interactive gardens and gaze upon an array of living sculptures shaped like beloved Disney characters—only at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival!
Topiary Magic Awaits
Snap one-of-a-kind photos of sublime shrubs-of-art—each carefully pruned by a talented crew of Disney horticulturists.Anna and Elsa from Frozen
Located at the Norway Pavilion Bambi & Friends
Featuring Flower, Bambi and Thumper Located at Showcase Plaza – West Towers Beauty and the Beast Located at the France Pavilion Bromeliad Dragon Located at the China Pavilion Butterflies Located near Showcase Plaza Buzz Lightyear from the Disney•Pixar Toy Storyfilms Located at Future World East near Mission: SPACE Daisy Duck, Chip and Dale Located at Future World West near Imagination Donald Duck with Huey, Dewey and Louie Located behind Spaceship Earth Figment Located between Future World and World Showcase Lady and the Tramp Located at the Italy Pavilion Lighting and Cruz from the Disney•Pixar Cars Films Located at Future World East near Test Track Pandas Located at the China Pavilion Simba and Friends
Featuring Pumbaa, Timon, Rafiki, Simba, Mufasa and Sarabi Located at The Outpost Shop Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Located at the Germany Pavilion Stitch Located on the fountain side of MouseGear The Three Caballeros Featuring Jose, Donald and Panchito Located at the Mexico Pavilion Tinker Bell Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion Troll
Presented by Adventures by Disney® Located at the Norway Pavilion Welcome to the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival – NEW!
Featuring Mickey, Minnie and Goofy Located at Main Entrance Winnie-the-Pooh & Friends
Located at the United Kingdom Pavilion Woody from the Disney•Pixar Toy Story films
Located at The American Adventure
Discover creative cuisine featuring spring’s freshest flavors—at this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival! Let Your Epicurean Adventure Begin!
Embark on a mouthwatering mission to taste your way around a healthy, wholesome smorgasbord… bon appétit!
With over a dozen delectable stops, the World Showcase at Epcot plays host to the Festival-exclusive Outdoor Kitchens, each offering a specialty menu of creative cuisine and libations. Savor, sip and stroll while satisfying appetites large and small!
Views:190240|Rating:4.82|View Time:47:48Minutes|Likes:1849|Dislikes:68 John from goes on a field trip to visit Dr. Bob Randall’ Permaculture Food Forest in Suburban Houston, Texas. In this .28 acre lot Bob grows over 150 varieties of fruit trees, a raised bed vegetable garden and more. In this episode you will learn how he is growing many different types of plants using permaculture principles. During this episode John will give a tour of the property and share many of the different types of plants growing at this suburban food forest. John will also interview Dr. Randall and ask him some questions about permaculture and some new ways to get you to think about your organic home garden. After watching this episode you will be sure to learn some new ways and techniques that you can use to have a more successful garden in the future.
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Views:66055|Rating:4.81|View Time:30:29Minutes|Likes:1891|Dislikes:74 I am particularly excited to share something special today, a new series I have been inspired to create, and seeing as how it is my birthday, what better day to gift you all with some new inspiration.
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Growing your own food is one of the most rewarding things that you can do. Imagine chomping into a fresh tomato picked right off the vine, its divine! Today I am going to take you on a guided journey to help you get inspired to grow your own food, and I am making it as easy as possible.
Some of the things that we go over in this video:
1. Selecting the right soil for seeds
2. Selecting the right seeds
3. Knowing your growing conditions
4. Planting seeds
5. Thinning out seeds.
6. Using grow lights
7. Watering your plants
8. Germinating seeds
9. Replanting foods
10. Saving seeds
11. Taking care of your seedlings
12. Selecting containers to plant in
13. Understanding your limitations
Views:1580860|Rating:3.97|View Time:10:38Minutes|Likes:8712|Dislikes:2259 Hi, this video I want to show you about: Finding Jelly natural plant for food – Make Jelly natural plant eating delicious #9
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Views:1045032|Rating:4.44|View Time:3:3Minutes|Likes:2460|Dislikes:309 Be self sufficient. Water your garden with a solar panel and no battery. Go straight from the panel to the pump. I also show you how one bad solar cell drags the whole system down. We sell the tripod mount kit at affordablesolarmounts.com
Views:9|Rating:5.00|View Time:49:59Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Leah Penniman is a Black Kreyol farmer of more than 20 years. She has been organizing for an anti-racist food system for 15 years. She currently serves as founding co-executive director of Soul Fire Farm in Grafton, New York, a people-of-color led project that works to dismantle racism in the food system.
Views:17760|Rating:4.95|View Time:13:46Minutes|Likes:1405|Dislikes:14 In this video, I show you how to compost shredded paper to make rich, fertile, plant food and soil improver. Why waste paper or place it in the recycle bin when you can turn it into beautiful compost and use it in the garden to grow big fat healthy vegetables!
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Views:4949|Rating:4.89|View Time:10:7Minutes|Likes:308|Dislikes:7 Today I adding another abundant fruit tree to the backyard food forest. The Strawberry Tree aka Arbutus unedo is an evergreen shrub or small tree that produces an edible red berry. It’s drought tolerant, frost tolerant and can be grown in USDA climate zones 7 and up.
Views:19244|Rating:4.69|View Time:5:31Minutes|Likes:230|Dislikes:15 One-third of all food that is produced is expected to be wasted or lost, but tactics like composting are helping to limit a future filled with food failures. Zagat visited the front lines of the war on waste with one composting company – Vokashi – and its founder Vandra Thorburn, to find out why recycling food is catching on across the country. For more videos, subscribe to Zagat’s YouTube channel here:
Views:2387|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:23Minutes|Likes:33|Dislikes:0 Ally & Richard Stresing |Flooding to Flood of Ideas for Food
Ally and Richard Stresing started with a flood of ideas to control flooding. Now, they head to the garden for dinner. On their menu: organic fruits, vegetables and fresh eggs from happy hens in a raccoon-proof coop they built themselves. In between projects, they take a break to enjoy the wildlife getting a drink at their ponds and nabbing their own dinner on native plants.
Views:607|Rating:5.00|View Time:9:21Minutes|Likes:9|Dislikes:0 To cultivate little gourd so the people have access to consumption and income. It also demonstrates the planting strategy to increase production for maximize consumption and income.
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Views:10|Rating:0.00|View Time:1:42Minutes|Likes:0|Dislikes:0 Food waste 80% Humidity in a plastic bag and bulk by truck can be digested and dried into
compost or energy pellet less than 10% humidity by Thermophilic bacteria within 48-72 hours . This will simplify all the process and reduce drying cost, Frank BJ Choi [email protected]
Views:2713|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:26Minutes|Likes:62|Dislikes:0 My family of 4 produces a LOT of food scraps. When my garden is in full production, I am constantly adding to my compost tumbler. Getting air into your compost pile is very important as it allows for aerobic activity of the bacteria which are working hard to convert your scraps into something beautiful for your garden. I will show you my tumbler and why I decided to purchase the UCT – 9.
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Views:1533|Rating:3.57|View Time:3:4Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:2 First time planting sweet lupine. Sweet lupine as an edible form of Lupine, with up to 50% protein and a healthy amount of fiber. The seeds still need to be soaked prior to eating to remove alkaloids. Only eat seeds from edible Lupines sold by reputable seed companies. DO NOT EAT BITTER LUPINE, IT IS POISONOUS.