Summer at Biltmore

The Italian Garden pools in summertime are filled with aquatic plants such as tropical water lilies, Victoria water platters, papyrus and huge lily pads. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Sunset scenery from the Library Terrace. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Early morning sun shining on Biltmore House in summertime. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Hundreds of tropical palm trees and summer annuals fill the decorative flower beds in the Walled Garden during summer. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Summer tropical plantings provide pops of color against the limestone backdrop of Biltmore House. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

The lushness of the Walled Garden during summer is an inviting oasis. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

The Bass Pond Bridge overlooking the waterfall makes a picture-perfect photo opportunity. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Full-to-the-brim flower beds in the Walled Garden. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company.

Enjoy carefree time at Biltmore this summer. Photo credit The Biltmore Company.

Horseback riding at Biltmore. Photo Credit: The Biltmore Company

Each summer, majestic sunflowers delight Biltmore's guests on the road between Biltmore House and Antler Hill Village. Stretching nearly a mile long, the sunflower patch yields more than 140,000 blooms during the season. Photo credit: The Biltmore Company

Biltmore's dedicated pollinator habitat on the 8,000 acre estate. Credit: The Biltmore Company

The Inn on Biltmore Estate offers summer savings, like the Linger Longer package. Credit: The Biltmore Company

One of Biltmore's friendly goats that enjoys nibbling invasive plants. Credit: The Biltmore Company

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