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    We were at Disneyland and CA last Sunday, the landscaping... more beautiful than ever!
    the combinations of flower and plants... gorgeous...
    they must spend an amazing amount of time and effort on the landscaping and the results... wonderful

    a friend was very interested in a tall succulent, green at the base and orange at the top... we walked both parks and I can't remember where it was...


    Firestick or Pencil plant?
    I've never seen them this tall.....






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    Though I haven't visited in a few years, the landscaping is one of the things that stands out in my mind. I've never seen such attention to detail, it's about as close to perfect as you can get.

    It always reminds me of what I believe to be 'True Disney'.

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    • #3
      Disneyland - One the best landscaping,that is keep up well in every season, during the whole year!

      One area that Disney has done a great job.......
      Soaring like an EAGLE !

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      • #4
        Originally posted by GwenRowan View Post
        We were at Disneyland and CA last Sunday, the landscaping... more beautiful than ever!
        the combinations of flower and plants... gorgeous...
        they must spend an amazing amount of time and effort on the landscaping and the results... wonderful

        a friend was very interested in a tall succulent, green at the base and orange at the top... we walked both parks and I can't remember where it was...


        Firestick or Pencil plant?
        I've never seen them this tall.....




        Are they the kangaroo paws, GwenRowan? I ask because the ones in our yard are crazy tall this year -- I guess due to all the extra rain. I know they've been using them a lot lately in water-wise gardens.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by GwenRowan View Post
          We were at Disneyland and CA last Sunday, the landscaping... more beautiful than ever!
          the combinations of flower and plants... gorgeous...
          they must spend an amazing amount of time and effort on the landscaping and the results... wonderful

          a friend was very interested in a tall succulent, green at the base and orange at the top... we walked both parks and I can't remember where it was...


          Firestick or Pencil plant?
          I've never seen them this tall.....
          I agree. The landscaping at Disneyland is amazing.
          A group of friends and I all did the Cultivating the Magic tour that Disneyland offered. I did a whole write-up about it here. Cultivating the Magic Tour at Disneyland

          In doing my trip report, I came across a very good website that is very thorough in describing all the different plants at Disneyland. There's over 2000 plants listed on their website!
          http://plantsofdisneyland.com

          Might help you figure out what the plant you're looking for is called.
          Also check out:
          Joe's Epic Overnight Disneyland Dream Suite Trip Report

          Joe's Epic Tokyo Disneyland Trip Report - 15 days
          Disneyland Candlelight Processional Photos - 2014 (Beau Bridges), 2012 (Kurt Russell), 2012 (Edward James Olmos), 2012 (Dick Van Dyke), 2012 (John Stamos), 2011 (Gary Sinise), 2010 (Tom Skerritt), 2009 (Jon Voight), 2008 (John Stamos)

          Or visit my blog at http://flowerstales.blogspot.com/

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          • #6
            Nobody comes close to matching Disney's landscaping! The gardens there don't only look incredible, but the landscaping manages to tell its own story and serve to immerse the guest into entire different worlds. There was a book about Disney's gardens that came out a couple of decades ago. One of my biggest Disney regrets is that I didn't get that book when I could.
            http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...oto-heavy.html
            http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...ip-report.html
            http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...oto-heavy.html
            http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...oto-heavy.html
            http://micechat.com/forums/disneylan...something.html

            No matter where you go, there you are.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by mre200200 View Post

              I agree. The landscaping at Disneyland is amazing.
              A group of friends and I all did the Cultivating the Magic tour that Disneyland offered. I did a whole write-up about it here. Cultivating the Magic Tour at Disneyland

              In doing my trip report, I came across a very good website that is very thorough in describing all the different plants at Disneyland. There's over 2000 plants listed on their website!
              http://plantsofdisneyland.com

              Might help you figure out what the plant you're looking for is called.
              thanks for the links....
              great photos of your tour!
              we were talking about the landscaping on Storybook land last visit... great pics!

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Pips View Post

                Are they the kangaroo paws, GwenRowan? I ask because the ones in our yard are crazy tall this year -- I guess due to all the extra rain. I know they've been using them a lot lately in water-wise gardens.
                no... those I recognize.... these were different...
                Last edited by GwenRowan; 03-14-2017, 07:07 PM. Reason: refine...

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                • #9
                  like this but taller...

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                  • #10
                    Those are Euphorbia tirculli - aka Sticks on fire. They can grow to 25 feet high and 10 feet around. They've become very popular recently in SoCal. It's deepest colors occur during winter.

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                    • #11
                      ^
                      Those are pretty! I read you need to be careful. The sap of the plant can cause discomfort especially contacted with face.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Eagleman View Post
                        Disneyland - One the best landscaping,that is keep up well in every season, during the whole year!

                        One area that Disney has done a great job.......
                        Yes! I also love the edible plants in Tomorrowland. The basal, rosemary, and lemon are especially appropriate for
                        "Seasonings of the Force."

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by AstroJeff View Post
                          Those are Euphorbia tirculli - aka Sticks on fire. They can grow to 25 feet high and 10 feet around. They've become very popular recently in SoCal. It's deepest colors occur during winter.
                          thanks!

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by DLR92 View Post
                            ^
                            Those are pretty! I read you need to be careful. The sap of the plant can cause discomfort especially contacted with face.
                            Oh... thanks for the heads up.... may not work for the friend then... kids have access....

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by AstroJeff View Post

                              Yes! I also love the edible plants in Tomorrowland. The basal, rosemary, and lemon are especially appropriate for
                              "Seasonings of the Force."
                              Great one! (seasonings)

                              we always enjoy the herbs... I miss not having a garden anymore.... I loved growing herbs and edibles ;-)

                              their arrangements show that edibles can be artistic

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