Conservatory at Biltmore

Lord, let me speak kindness wherever I go.  The world needs the kind of LOVE you offer.  Let me pass that along today and every day.

Hi Friends,

This is Part II of my recent trip to the Conservatory at Biltmore.  I am unable to identify all the species of orchids and other plants so this is going to be primarily a pictorial of my visit.  There were so many people I did not have time to check the identification labels.  I love orchids even though I have never been able to keep them growing.  Along with the orchids are hydrangeas, caladiums, begonias, a trumpet plant, and even a banana palm.  I hope you enjoy.

IMG_0016.JPG

IMG_0017.JPG

I spoke to a young woman who was well  versed in the world of orchids and even she did not know some of these species.

IMG_0021.JPG

IMG_0025.JPG

IMG_0026.JPG

IMG_0027.JPG

IMG_0029.JPG

IMG_0035.JPG

IMG_0037.JPG

IMG_0034.JPG

IMG_0039.JPGIMG_0038.JPG

IMG_0044.JPG

IMG_0045.JPG

IMG_0054.JPG

IMG_0013.JPG

IMG_0015.JPG

IMG_0030.JPG

IMG_0031.JPG

IMG_0046.JPG

IMG_0057.JPG

IMG_0058.JPG

IMG_0024

IMG_0066.JPG

I love how the trees provide a canopy during much of the drive. This is near the exit.

IMG_0016

IMG_0028.JPG

IMG_0067

Thank you Biltmore.  Be back soon.

     Dianne

One thought on “Conservatory at Biltmore

  1. Dianne, the orchids are stunning. I remember seeing them the last time we were at Biltmore which was during the Christmas season. I would love to go when the gardens are in bloom. Thanks for taking me along with you. Love the photo of Maddie and Bob!

Leave a Reply to Everyday Living Cancel reply