Last week I showed you some pictures from the Italian Water Garden (chick HERE
), so today I'll share with you some of the beautiful flowers in the Walled Garden. Above is a picture of one part of the Walled Garden. I've shown this garden many times before--but they add new flowers and plants every season. (Please click on these photos to see a MUCH larger picture.)
Look at this HUGE red Hibiscus. I'm not sure I have ever seen one THIS large.
Here's a row of Cone Flowers. Aren't they beautiful?
I liked the look of this Zinnea. I have never grown them, but my mother did. SO--when I see them, I think of her.
Here is a pretty group of Canna Lilies. (Sorry --I first said these were Bromeliads.)
I was thrilled to see one of my favorite little succulents (which I have many of in my yard). It's the Autumn Joy Sedum. These little flowers change colors as they mature. At the end of the Fall, they are a beautiful Fall rust color.
Here is the little beauty which I saw growing inside the Conservatory in the Winter. I posted its picture then. Someone may have told me its name, but I cannot remember. Whatever it is, I really like it. Do you know???? (UPDATE: It is a Castor Bean! Thanks Ruth and Steve.)
Finally, here's another gorgeous Hibiscus... Love these colors also, don't you?
Hope you enjoyed seeing more of the "Biltmore Beauty"....
Have a fabulous day!!!