Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Apr 2, 2012
    Tamra from AR Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    We recently stayed at Bay Lake Tower and fell in love with the fragrant bushes growing in between it and the Contemporary. They were small green bushes with small white flowers, almost like a honeysuckle. Is there a way to find out what plant that is?

    Hello Tamra,

    When you wrote your description, my first thought was a Jasmine plant, maybe the Star Jasmine plant. The fragrance of this plant is truly beautiful.  If you look at Google Images, you might be able to make a confirmation. 

    However, you may also find it helpful to contact the Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower Resort directly.  I'd call first then follow up with a letter if necessary:

    Disney's Contemporary Resort
    4600 N. World Drive
    Lake Buena Vista, FL  32830
    407-934-7639

    Disney's Bay Lake Tower Resort
    4600 N. World Drive
    Lake Buena Vista, FL  32830
    407-824-1000


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