Featured Plants and Garden Décor
All Things Biltmore • 03/20/12
Written By Holly Clark
Discover exclusive plant and garden décor offerings from Biltmore For Your Home partners.
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Cottage Gardens Rosebud Azalea
Pink triple blooms that resemble rosebuds are the namesake of this unusual azalea. This late bloomer allows you to extend spring’s blossoms in the garden. Prefers partial to full shade and moist, well-drained soil. Matures to 3’x4’.
Netherland Bulb Dahlia “Fuzzy Wuzzy”
Fringed petals and vibrant pink tips with white accents make this dahlia a show-stopper. Designed to be an ideal cutting flower and a garden standout with a grand height of 36”. Hardy in Zone 8 and areas south, plant in full sun.
Herter Nursery Biltmore Laceleaf Japanese Maple Cuttings and Seedlings
Cuttings and seedlings from Biltmore’s Japanese maples provide the chance to bring a piece of estate history home. For striking red leaves, plant in full sun. Slow growing trees are ideal for small gardens and can tolerate partial shady locations as well. Mature trees measure 9’x12’ and prefer well-drained soil.
Unique Stone Antler Hill Trough
Bring home the rustic charm of Biltmore’s Antler Hill Village with this garden trough inspired by the estate’s grand legacy. Measuring 21″x 22″x 53”, this piece is versatile enough to be used as a planter or water element.
Fisher Farms Crabapple Lancelot
Add color and texture to your garden throughout the year with this special variety of crabapple trees. Spring brings brilliant red buds and soft white flowers, while summer offers shady green foliage. Gold foliage marks fall’s arrival, followed by luminous gold fruit that lasts through winter. A zone 4 plant that matures to 8’x8’.
ShadeTree Biltmore Canopy with Bronze Railing
Add comfort and elegance to your home or business with a retractable shade canopy and matching rail system. Constructed from rugged aluminum, railings feature decorative columns and a ball finial on end posts. Available in black, bronze, beige, and white.