Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Springtime at Biltmore Estate

With warm temps and an amazing array of flowering plants, spring is the optimum season to visit Biltmore's Estate & Gardens in Asheville. You'll see redbud and forsythia in bloom as well the Yellow Magnolia located at the top of the Azalea garden. Plus, the Yoshino Cherry tree with its beautiful flowering blossoms near the Giant Elm. And of course, the tulips have popped and look spectacular! Here are few images taken in the last week that just might take your breath away and get you in the mood for spring!


Stacey (@staceygmg)

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