Guide to eating flowers at Flower and Garden Festival | Uncle Walt's Insider

Guide to eating flowers at Flower and Garden Festival

Free food and a monorail. Photo by Eric Marshall [CC BY 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons.

All that beautiful landscaping? Just a free buffet.

WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL — The Epcot Center Resort and Spa is known for its many amazing international festivals, and one of the most popular is the International Flower and Garden and Spa Festival, which is going on now. Apart from the beautiful flowers, gardens, and spas added for the event, the festival is also known for tasty food offerings not usually found in the park. But that food costs money, over and above park admission — and until the Epcot Applebees opens, low-cost options are hard to find.

If you’re on a budget, though, the right attitude and a little knowledge of edible plants will have you eating your fill, all for free!

Food that grows on you

So, as a public service to our readers, Uncle Walt’s Insider presents this all-encompassing, totally reliable guide to eating the flowers and gardens at the Flower and Garden Festival (and Spa):

Disclaimer: Uncle Walt’s cannot vouch for the truth of the content of the following websites. We are not doctors or botany experts, although Ub sometimes cosplays as a botany expert on weekends. We’re also really lazy and don’t want to have to, you know, do actual research and stuff. So follow the advice in the websites listed below at your own risk. But tell us if this works and you don’t die!

Edible Landscaping

9 Edible Flowers of Spring

Top Ten Edible Flowers

Further Disclaimer: Since publication, we have learned that Disney actually frowns on guests picking the flowers, much less eating them. So be sneaky.

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Cover photo of free food and a monorail by Eric Marshall [CC BY 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons.