Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Rejuvenate your senses at Biltmore!

No need for a passport; America has its own spectacular destination experience at Biltmore.

Located in Asheville, N.C., Biltmore boasts renowned gardens, one-of-a kind exhibits and America's largest home built by George Vanderbilt.

A must-see is Biltmore's Festival of Flowers from April 2- May 15th, featuring more than 100,000 tulips and floral displays, including a rainbow colored Walled Garden.

The estate wide event celebrates the beauty of the 8000 acre property, originally designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, father of American landscape architecture.

Plus, there's live music in the Conservatory and Winter Garden, activities for kids, talented artisans, a winery, and more!

I can't wait to see the Festival's sea of flowers, walking trails, and of course, the spectacular Biltmore House filled with rooms of art and antiques.

Click on Biltmore's website for more info and great discounts. And get ready to pack your bags for a gardening extravaganza!


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