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Bloom Report

Our gardens and grounds are awash in beautiful color. Enjoy our favorite images of blooms taken this season, then see the August report directly from our Director of Horticulture, Parker Andes.

September is a month of change in the garden. The summer annual beds look great early in the month and by mid-month are being pulled out to make way for the mums and other fall bloomers. The tropical displays in containers around the Conservatory and throughout Antler Hill Village & Winery are at their peak early in the month, and by the end of the month the gardeners will replace them with plants that have interest in the cooler months to come.

Conservatory

Tropical container display, orchids, begonias, oxalis, little boy flower, succulents, cacti, mandevilla, gingers, and bougainvillea

Italian Garden

Hardy water lilies, tropical water lilies, Victoria water platters, and water canna

Shrub Garden

Roses, abelia, New Jersey tea, Chinese sumac, butterfly bush, coneflowers, Japanese anemone, thunberg lespedeza, and purple muhly grass

Spring Garden

Abelia and fall asters

Azalea Garden

Hibiscus, hostas, glossy abelia, fall asters, goldenrods, and cardinal flower

Walled Garden

Roses, Joe Pye weed, althea, geraniums, gaura, dahlias, butterfly bush, pineapple lily, gingers, summer annuals early in month, hibiscus, salvias, mums, asters, and Japanese anemone

Entry and Approach Road

Coleus, zinnias and impatiens early in the month, abelia, asters, goldenrod, purple muhly grass, and franklinia

Inn on Biltmore Estate

Roses, Joe Pye weed, sage, glossy abelia, guara, Russian sage, purple muhly grass, Japanese anemone, Jerusalem sage, and mums

Antler Hill Village & Winery

Roses, abelia, guara, salvia, hibiscus, purple and white muhly grass, asters, mums, anemone, goldenrods, sedums, obedient plant, and mums


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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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