Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Fall Foliage at Biltmore

Fall is my favorite season by far. The air is getting cooler, the leaves are still changing color and pumpkin lattes are in every coffee shop.

To celebrate fall, I thought I would share some amazing pictures from
Biltmore Estate. Fall colors are at their peak in Asheville now through the end of this month and into the first week of November.

According to Parker Andes, Biltmore's Director of Horticulture, you can see the oranges and reds of the Maples, the bright yellow Hickory trees, Birches and Beeches and the maroon leaves hanging on the Sourwoods and Sweetgums. And with all the different tree species and varieties in Asheville, if one tree looks finished, you can just walk or drive around the corner to see one that is in its full glory. (See pics below.)

There is still time to see this spectacular display of color at Biltmore, so plan your visit today at
www.biltmore.com! I know you won't regret it!



1 comment:

Unknown said...

Fab fall color. Olmstead did it right!