Festival of Flowers in Asheville, NC

By Karen Schwartzman on April 26, 2011 at 10:10 am EST
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Witness spring in full bloom at the Biltmore's annual Festival of Flowers. The festival spans 13 days each summer and showcases the best of what the Biltmore has to offer, from its sprawling gardens to the newly opened Antler Hill Village, where visitors can shop, dine or tour the winery.

Activities around the house and garden include classical music performances, an “Ask a Gardner” presentation and daily seminars at A Gardener's Place. Guests are also invited to visit the Biltmore farm and attend music shows and cooking demonstrations at the Village Green in Antler Hill Village.

Learn more about the Biltmore in Asheville, NC.

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The mountains and the changing seasons make this one of the most beautiful areas on earth. That’s probably why the restaurants here are so good. Great scenery, great attitude, great food.

Kevin Schwartz, resident