12 topiaries you won’t find at the 2015 Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival

Disney says it has more than 100 topiaries at this year’s Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival — we’re working on counting them — but there are many that didn’t make the cut for 2015. Don’t count them out, though. It’s possible they are just getting some R&R at the nursery. Here’s a look at 12 topiaries we’re missing this year:

Piglet and Eyeore
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Pooh’s crew: Winnie the Pooh is there in his Pollinator’s Paradise, but Eeyore, Tigger, Piglet and Rabbit are MIA from the United Kingdom pavilion. Instead, Pooh is hanging out with the bees and butterflies that help make his beloved honey.

Mary Poppins
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Mary Poppins: Also missing from the U.K. is Mary Poppins. Besides Pooh Bear, England still has Peter Pan, Captain Hook and Tick-Tock, plus it is home to two of the new theme gardens — the Shakespeare Garden and the English Tea Garden.

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Kermit: Miss Piggy is flying solo this year, having apparently gone on a Tour de Fleurs to bring back flowers from around the world to share. You can find her in Italy.

Troll Topiary 2013
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Troll: Norway suddenly finds itself associated with a the most popular of Disney’s princesses (even if they are still unofficial): Anna and Elsa. Does that mean there’s no longer room for the common Troll?

Fairy tale princess
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Sleeping Beauty and Prince Phillip: Cinderella and her prince have been moved to France under a clock that is perpetually set to one minute before midnight (or noon, but that’s much less romantic). Sleeping Beauty and Prince Phillip had no such luck.

Panda topiary 2013
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China’s Pandas: Three playful pandas used to inhabit the China pavilion, but this year they have been replaced by a topiary marking the Year of the Sheep.