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Biltmore blooms

There are different blooms to see every time you go to the Biltmore. The azaleas were in prime time - the tulips were so dead. Guess they need to tell their security guards that. My mom did ask him what was in bloom. He said the tulips were. nope ...they were gone. very sad. very pretty!! enjoy!! We had a ball on our trip April 21-22. Beth ( :


I am SO jealous; I've dreamed of seeing the Biltmore estate for ages!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, sounds like the guard does not know what is in bloom. He may not be a gardener. Beautiful flowers and lovely images. Glad you had a nice visit. Enjoy your day! Have a happy 4th of July!
Mildred said…
Your pretty photos make me want to visit there. Lovely images. me
Rose said…
You got some lovely the one second from the bottom and then the one above it.
TexWisGirl said…
love the 'window' shot. :)
Stephanie said…
So pretty!
Missy George said…
Lovely pictures..Glad you enjoyed your visit..Have a good 4th
William Kendall said…
Pretty blooms- the bridge though takes the prize!
Great photos!!!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Wow,wow and wow! I really need to make plans to visit that place.
George said…
We were also at Biltmore on April 22 of this year.and were disappointed we missed the tulips. The azaleas, however, were gorgeous. Thanks for the memories.
Linda said…
Love the window in the fence!
don said…
A fine post of these beautiful blossoms with one or two shots of other things. I especially liked the framed shot of the garden and house.
Linda Kay said…
Great captures Beth...espcially love the one with the water and the bridge. I"ll be back more frequently soon!
Betsy Adams said…
Hi Beth, Remember me? I haven't been blogging much lately---so am trying now to catch up a little... Love your Biltmore pictures--and recognize all of it... We were in Biltmore on June 23 (our anniversary)--but it was EXTREMELY hot that day there. We enjoyed going to Mt. Mitchell instead --where it was 63 degrees... Loved that!!!!! ha

EG CameraGirl said…
Blooms to die for!!
Betsy said…
I love Biltmore and want to visit at Christmas time. Your pictures are great!

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