Watch a Time-Lapse Video of the Changing Seasons at Biltmore Gardens

Michele Debczak

Spring has arrived at the historic Biltmore Gardens in Asheville, North Carolina. And while this is a perfect time to explore their 75-plus acres of blooming gardens, the estate has plenty of beauty to offer all year round. In the video above, you can see how the property transforms with the changing seasons.

The gardens of Biltmore were the last professional project of Frederick Law Olmsted, who's widely regarded as the founder of American landscape architecture. Other famous works of his include the U.S. Capitol grounds, the Arnold Arboretum in Boston, and Manhattan's Central Park.

Each spring, over 200 orchids, 15,000 daffodils, and 74,000 tulips bloom across the gardens. If you're planning a visit to the estate, you can check their online bloom reports to see what flowers are in bloom this week.

Header/banner images courtesy of Biltmore via YouTube.