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Disneyland Landscaping in January

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Disneyland, otherwise known as The Happiest Place on Earth, is a perennial favorite in my family. We have annual passes and get ourselves down to Anaheim as frequently as possible. One of the things I really love about the park is that it is constantly being transformed by the seasonal changes in landscaping. The flowers and plants around the park (and there are many hundreds of thousands!), are regularly switched out, meaning that there is something different to look at on nearly every visit. These are a few shots from a recent January trip to Disneyland and California Adventure. From succulents, to magnolia trees, to gerbera daisies, to scabiosa, to mosses, to lettuces... what a beautiful array of living green things, even in one of the dreariest months of the year!

Images by Lauryl Lane.