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How many of you have been to the Butterfly House at Disney’s Flower & Garden Festival in Epcot? This area is so beautiful and there are plenty of things to see and do while inside the house. Although it is called the Butterfly House, and there are dozens of butterflies, you will also see an abundance of flowers that might inspire you to plant some of these in your yard. The colors are extraordinary and I love the way they have planted different types of flowers together. Hopefully it will inspire you on ways to bring rich color to your yards and also to attract butterflies.

Additionally there is so much you can learn while in the Butterfly House. There are different signs that you can read to learn about butterflies, their lifecycles and even tips on horticulture. If you’re lucky you might even get to see one emerge from a chrysalis in one of the boxes placed throughout the area.

Don’t forget to ask lots of questions to the cast members, that is what they are there for. They also might have some fun things to share with you about butterflies and flowers. Enjoy the Butterfly House the next time you’re in Epcot, you won’t be disappointed.

”Butterflies…flowers that fly and all but sing” – Robert Frost

About Traci

Traci is the author/editor of The Infinity Mouse.  She has been a lifelong fan of all things Disney that started when her parents took her to Disney World for the first time in 1978. Since then she has visited Disney World and Disneyland multiple times.  In the fall of 2018 she and her husband moved to Florida to begin a new chapter in life as empty nesters.  They decided being close to The Mouse and beaches was where they wanted to be.  She loves sharing all things Disney with people. Her goal is to share Disney happiness to those who can’t visit the happiest place on earth and to share information about what is happening in and around Disney with everyone.  She is also the owner of To Infinity and Beyond Travel and specializes in making Disney dreams come true.  So whether you want to travel to see The Mouse, or just want to stay up on all Disney happenings, she hopes to spread pixie dust to everyone.