Most of my photos didn't turn out as well as I had hoped; but here are a few to start. The top one is a "quilt" of flowers near the entrance to Epcot, which was the first park we saw. I had been there before (about 6-7 years ago) but the place has had some things added since then, making it more interesting than before. We were standing on a bridge over the water, and the "islands" of flowers dot the whole lake. It is a feast for the eyes, as is everything at Disney World.
In the second photo, I was trying to show a clump of deep purple water lilies, which are next to the large clump of spiky foliage toward the right. Too bad it doesn't show up well. They were exquisite! The floral dragon was great also (on the left). Foliages grew out of his mouth, and out of the top of his head and formed his body. The creativity and maintenance is mind-boggling.
The third photo shows part of a miniature village, which I think was near the German section of Epcot. It was charming, and the children enjoyed it as much as the adults.
The fourth pic shows Minnie and Mickey Mouse in topiary form. There are topiaries all over the parks, and most of them are amazing. Like all the other flora at the parks, they are kept perfectly manicured.
In the past, I have heard some adults say that they would never go to Disney World because childish things don't interest them. Let me assure you that there is something for every age person to see and appreciate.