New PB&J Garden Presented by Uncrustables at 2024 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

Shannen Ace

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New PB&J Garden Presented by Uncrustables at 2024 EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival

Smucker’s Uncrustables presents the new PB&J Garden at this year’s EPCOT International Flower & Garden Festival. The garden is on the bridge to World Showcase.

PB&J Garden Presented by Smucker’s Uncrustables

PB&J Garden Presented by Smucker's Uncrustables

The garden is located at the old Agent P’s World Showcase Adventure station. There are signs in nearby flowerbeds, plus flower towers and trellises.

Follow your nose and form lasting memories with the help of fresh, unforgettable fragrances.

PB&J Garden sign

A “PB&J Garden” sign features two Uncrustables.

A Grainular Facts sign

Signs in the flowerbeds have fun facts and jokes about the ingredients of a peanut, butter, and jelly sandwich. For example, this “grainular” fact is that wheat seeds are technically a cereal.

A sign that reads, "What is jelly's favorite insect?"

What is a jelly’s favorite insect? A peanut butterfly!

A sign that reads, "Why does bread love to garden?"

Why does bread love to garden? Because it’s made with flower!

A sign that reads, "Where does peanut butter get its gossip?"

Where does peanut butter get its gossip? Through the grapevine.

A sign that details "Strawberry's Secret"

Strawberries aren’t really berries, this sign states. They’re part of the rose family and are called a “false fruit.”

A sign explaining that peanuts aren't really nuts.

Peanuts also aren’t really nuts. They’re legumes.

A sign explaining that grapes are actually berries.

Grapes, on the other hand, are berries.

A sign advertising Uncrustables.
A wide shot of the PB&J Garden.

Also check out the Camp Get Out ‘N’ Play Garden in World Discovery, and one of the other new gardens for this year, the China Penjing Garden in the China Pavilion.

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