Sunday, May 19, 2013

What's Blooming this Week at Biltmore

May 19 - Biltmore Blooms during the annual Festival of Flowers. As the weather warms Biltmore's gardens and grounds become a springtime paradise. The upcoming Memorial Day Weekend will see peak blossoms throughout the Estate:
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Estate Entry and Approach Road:
Poppies, Calabrochoa, Snapdragons, Pansies, Dianthus, Carolina Rhododendron, Fortunes Rhododendron, Flame Azaleas, and Doublefile Viburnum

Shrub Garden:
Japanese Wisteria, Red Buckeye, Tree Peony, Azaleas, Vanhout Spirea, Potentilla, Viburnums, Bladdernut, Variegated Solomons Seal, Dutchmans Breeches, Bluestar, Ornamental Onions, Deutzia, Beautybush, and Weigela

Italian Garden:
Flag Iris, Virginia Iris, Hardy Water Lilies

Spring Garden:
Lily Magnolia, Fortunes Rhododendron, Fothergilla, Azaleas, Rhododendron, Viburnums, Red Buckeye, Bluestar, Dove Tree, and Weigela

Azalea Garden:
Native Azaleas, Evergreen Azaleas, Red Buckeye, Sweetshrub, Bishops Cap, Horse Chestnut, Fortunes Rhododendron, Catawba Rhododendrons, Florida Anise Tree, Bluestar, Viburnums, and Large Leaf Magnolias

Walled Garden:
Pansies, Poppies, Daisies, Snapdragons, Ornamental Onions, Veronica, Bluestar, Lily Magnolia, Euphorbias, Scabiosa, Tree Peony, Iris, Coreopsis, Bachelors Buttons, Candytuft, Lilacs, Wisteria, and False Indigo

Inn on Biltmore Estate:
Dianthus, False Indigo, Horse Chestnut, Azaleas, Fothergilla, Viburnums, Iris, Spirea, Wisteria, and Rhododendron

Antler Hill Village, Winery and Farm:
Columbine, Azaleas, Fothergilla, Rosemary, Pansies, Viburnum, Dianthus, Snapdragons, Bridal Wreath Spirea, Stock, Lobelia, and Salvia

Orchids, Hydrangeas, Begonias, Lily of the Nile, Pink Powder Puff Plant, Gerbera Daisies, Crown of Thorns, Oleander, Oxalis, and Little Boy Flower

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