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  • [Fun] Haunted Mansion Landscape

    If you could, please provide as many plant/tree names as you can that are featured in the Haunted Mansion queue and surrounding areas. Would love to use this information to get a list of plants for my backyard and I'm sure others would be interested as well. Any tips on planting them as well would be useful. Here is some information I found:

    http://hauntedmansioncollectibles.bl...lant-list.html


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    Re: Haunted Mansion Landscape

    Sorry, not a horticulturist, but there was one website I remember that listed most of the plants around Disneyland. Unfortunately, I forgot the actual name of it. If anyone else can remember, please reply!!!

    --KAN

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      Re: Haunted Mansion Landscape

      Yeah, I recall that site as well.

      There is even a retailer that sells supposedly Disneyland "exclusive" flowers/vegetation for folks to put them in their own yards.

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        Re: Haunted Mansion Landscape

        Originally posted by OldSchoolMickey View Post
        Yeah, I recall that site as well.

        There is even a retailer that sells supposedly Disneyland "exclusive" flowers/vegetation for folks to put them in their own yards.
        Well I visited a nursery today and they had every single plant on the list including black mondo grass which is listed as rare. It's called Green Thumb and it's right off El Toro.

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          Re: Haunted Mansion Landscape

          Here is a site with information:

          Plants of Disneyland

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            Re: Haunted Mansion Landscape

            Well, those spear shaped plants with the red and green variegation are coleus, which come in a variety of colors. They do best in shade and are annuals (spring-summer).



            I can't think of the names for the others, but they are very common and you'll see them at most home improvement centers like Home Depot.
            Last edited by WickedScorp; 04-11-2009, 01:04 AM.

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