additional query area Plant of Disneyland :: FAQ's

California Adventure
 A Bugs Land
 Cars Land
 Condor Flats
 Entrance and Sunshine Plaza
    Entrance and Sunshine Plaza - Retired!
 Golden State
    Golden State Theatre
    Grizzly River Run
    Redwood Creek Challenge Trail
 Hollywood Backlot
 Pacific Wharf
 Paradise Pier
    Ariel's Undersea Adventures
    Silly Symphonies & Garden Café Area
 Tower of Terror

    East Entrance
    Enchanted Tiki Room
    Indiana Jones
    Jungle Cruise
    Pirates of the Caribbean
    River Belle Terrace
    Tarzan's Treehouse
 Critter Country
    Fantasyland Theater
    It's A Small World
    Pixie Hollow
    Sleeping Beauty Castle
    Triton's Garden - Retired!
    Big Thunder Ranch
    Rancho del Zocalo
    Thunder Mountain RR
 Main Street USA and Park Hub
    Main Street USA
    Mickey Mural
    Park Hub / Bronze Statue
 New Orleans Square
    Haunted Mansion
 Rivers of America
    River Perimeter
    Tom Sawyer's Island
    Finding Nemo
    Space Mountain

Downtown Disney
 Shopping Area
    Middle Area
    Near Disneyland Hotel
    Rainforest Café
 Ticketing Courtyard

Outer Park
 Disneyland Hotel
    Dreams Tower
    Magic Tower & Check-In
    Neverland Pool
    Timeshare Sales Building
    Wonder Tower
 Disneyland Hotel and Downtown Disney Parking
 Esplanade and Shuttle Drop-Off
 Grand Californian Hotel
 Outside Park Perimeter
    Disneyland Drive
 Paradise Pier Hotel
 Parking Garage and Transport
 Tram Area Park Side

Are there horticultural tours at Disneyland ?
We have it on good authority that it is up for discussion among Disneyland management right now...
(Dear Disney, I have a very good person in mind for the job!).

How come you list so many of the same kind of plant?
Well, first of all, who's to tell where a person will be when they see a plant they are curious about? You may run right past the Bauhinia trees as you step off of the tram, only to find yourself enamored with them when settled down outside of Pizza Ooh Mow Mow. Besides, each plant in the park has its own character, some younger, some older, some flower earlier, some have slightly different leaves, etc...maybe due to exposure, genetics, culture, or any number of things.

Is there a guide book that I can carry around with me to identify the plants?
Funny you should ask! We at have completed an identification book that tells about many of the most prominent and asked about plants in the park. It contains full color photos with insets of the flowers, foliage, seeds, pods, etc. We have tried to make it fun and educational, complete with pronunications, native range, interesting uses of the plants, history, and any special information about its use in Disneyland. We are looking around for a good publisher so e-mail us and we will put you on a contact list for when it gets out there! Should go for around $9.95 and is half-page size for easy carrying!

Where can I buy the plants I find on
Please check the P.O.D. forum for newly discovered sources P.O.D. Forum. We have also tried to provide for a source via e-Bay, beneath each detailed plant description.


Moreton Bay Fig

Dreaming Tree

Home | About This Site | FAQs | Recommended Books | e-mail me | Disneyland Climate Information | Links | Legal

Copyright ©2013 Plants of Disneyland. All rights reserved.
This site is neither affiliated with nor maintained by the Walt Disney Company.