See What's Blooming Now



Bloom Report

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

As summer progresses through the month of June, the annual display beds are filling out with more color each day. Rosebay rhododendrons add color along the wood’s edge on estate drives. The large flowers of oakleaf hydrangeas, Annabelle hydrangea, and elderberry, along with the more dainty flowers of summersweet clethra, are some of the showiest of the early summer flowering shrubs you'll see.  Each week brings more perennials into bloom, and you don’t want to miss the lavender hedge in the Walled Garden just above the Rose Garden.

Conservatory

Orchids, cyclamen, gingers, hoya, plumaria, begonias, bananas, brunfelsia, cape jasmine, gardenia, cactus, costus and a wonderful display of container plants surrounding the glass houses

Shrub Garden

Roses, summersweet clethra, beautyberries, phlox, oakleaf hydrangea, and pink flowered smooth hydrangea

Spring Garden

Rosebay rhododendron, oakleaf hydrangea, and Annabelle hydrangea

Azalea Garden

Large leafed magnolia, sweet azalea, stewartias,  and summersweet clethra

Walled Garden

Zinnia, coleus, annual and perennial salvias, phlox, daylilies, lavender, roses, lilies, smooth hydrangea, gaura, and southern magnolia

Entry and Approach Road

Canna, begonia, zinnia, cleome, angels trumpet, verbena, rosebay rhododendron, sweet azalea, elderberry, oakleaf hydrangea, smooth hydrangea, sweetshrub, itea, and bay magnolia

Inn on Biltmore Estate

Oakleaf hydrangea, roses, abelia, butterfly bush,  Russian sage, Annabelle hydrangea, verbena, and butterfly weed

Antler Hill Village & Winery

Black lace elderberry, roses, daylilies, butterfly bush, spireas, Russian sage, salvias, angelonia, invincible spirit hydrangea, abelia, and oakleaf hydrangea


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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