North Carolina Vacation – Day 3 of 9 (Biltmore Estates: Walled Garden and Conservatory)
As I wrote in my previous blog post, we spent Days 3 and 4 (May 13 and May 14) at Biltmore Estates in Asheville NC. After admiring Biltmore House and the Library and South Terraces, we walked through the Shrub Garden to the Walled Garden and Conservatory. The Walled Garden is a four-acre formal garden featuring flowerbeds of seasonal color. A Rose Garden is showcased in the lower half of the Walled Garden, with the glass-roofed Conservatory as a backdrop.
The Conservatory houses tropical plants to include exotic orchids, ferns and palms.
I will share more photographs from our visit to Biltmore Estates in my next blog post.
5 Responses to “North Carolina Vacation – Day 3 of 9 (Biltmore Estates: Walled Garden and Conservatory)”
Love the Biltmore Estates and is one place I hope to go back to.. Great photos Linda
Ah—-we have so many memories of Biltmore –and wish we could have been there to see your faces as you experienced it again… Love it… Great group of photos..
Linda: What a great show, I should add this place to my bucket list.
I have heard lots about the gardens at the Bilmore. It looks like they were facts! Love the roses!
Gorgeous shots, Linda! I love all the different roses.. Have a happy day!