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.

Parker has this to say about this week's blooms: "As the Azalea Garden bloom fades, our Rose Garden begins to hit its peak. The Conservatory display has some very interesting plants like Lobster claw plant (Heliconia rostrata) and Bougainvillea standards, which add even more color to the already lush displays. Across the entire estate, Rhododendron hybrids, Deutzia, and Mountain laurel are at their peak; this display is especially attractive along the Approach Road winding up to the house. At Antler Hill Village and in the historic gardens, perennials provide plenty of color as the plantings begin to take on more of a summertime feel."

Conservatory
orchids, Gardenia, Begonia, Bougainvillea, Calla lily, Climbing oleander, Lily of the Nile, Fuchsia, Heleconia, Yellow shrimp plant, Dwarf cavendish banana, Medinilla

Shrub Garden

Red horse chestnut, Chinese fringe tree, Yellowwood, Japanese tree lilac, Sweetshrub, Weigela, Deutzia, Shrub roses, Mountain laurel

Spring Garden

Yellowwood, American holly, Sweetshrub, Red buckeye, Mountain laurel, Beautybush, Rhododendron hybrids

Azalea Garden

Red horse chestnut, Chinese dogwood, Yellowwood, Redvein enkianthus, Cumberland azalea, a few evergreen azaleas, Catawba rhododendron hybrids, Ash magnolia, Dusty zenobia, Deutzia

Walled Garden

roses, Nigella, Catmint, Chamomile, Ornamental onion, pansies and violas, Dianthus, early salvia, peonies, iris, Clematis, Gaura

Entry and Approach Road

pansies, peonies, Yellowwood, Chinese dogwood, Rhododendron hybrids, Mountain laurel, Mock orange, Elderberry, Deutzia, Sweetshrub

Inn on Biltmore Estate

Tree lilac, Fringe tree, Chinese dogwood, roses, Blackleaf elderberry, native wisteria, Blue star

Antler Hill Village & Winery

Yellowwood, Chinese dogwood, Golden chain tree, roses, Mountain laurel, native wisteria, Catmint, Ornamental onion, German iris, Delphinium, peonies, Black lace elderberry, Ice plant, Gaura

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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