See What's Blooming Now



Bloom Report

Our gardens and grounds are awash in beautiful color. Enjoy our favorite images of blooms taken this week, then see the detailed weekly report directly from our Director of Horticulture, Parker Andes. You can expect to see these blooms now through the end of May.

The extensive plantings of mountain laurel, deutzia, and large mock orange shrubs blooming along Approach Road makes this the best time of year to enjoy the 3 mile drive up to the house. Across the estate, herbaceous perennials are filling the beds with color. The rose garden is gaining color every day towards its peak bloom in the coming week. Stop and smell the roses! The gardeners have filled all the containers with tropical plants and colorful blooms that will develop throughout the growing season. During the week there will be some soil work happening in the Walled Garden to improve drainage; some beds will be empty with equipment working in them.

Conservatory

Orchids, cyclamen, gingers, hoya, coral bean vine, begonias, bananas, brunfelsia, cape jasmine, poppies, gardenia, cactus, and costus

Shrub Garden

Kousa dogwood, Chinese fringe tree, wiegela, mountain laurel, cotoneaster, iris, dianthus, peony, red hot poker, Japanese styrax, roses, and smoketree

Spring Garden

Mountain laurel, sweetshrub, deutzia, beautybush, and oakleaf hydrangea

Azalea Garden

Large leafed magnolia, Chinese fringe tree, mountain laurel, mock orange, rhododendrons, leucothoe, zenobia, foxglove, geranium, green and gold, and heuchera

Walled Garden

Violas and pansies, stock, lupines, dianthus, geraniums, columbine, bachelors button, Siberian iris, bearded iris, ornamental onions, and lots of roses

Entry and Approach Road

Pansy, weeping katsura trees, fringe trees, kousa dogwood, ninebark, mock orange, sweetshrub, elderberry, flame azaleas, leucothoe, ajuga, honeysuckle vine, and cross vine

Inn on Biltmore Estate

Kousa dogwood, oakleaf hydrangea, ninebark, roses, and iris

Antler Hill Village & Winery

Black lace elderberry, kousa dogwood, lupine, sundrops, native wisterias, anise, catmint, poppies, ornamental onions, petunia, clematis vine, delphinium, and peonies


Share Your Photos

Stroll through the Walled Garden and Conservatory enjoying the beauty of Biltmore Blooms. Then, share your photos on social media using #BiltmoreBlooms or search the hashtag on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram to see what guests have posted.


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