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At Biltmore Estate in Asheville, most of the organic features are purely for presentation. But some of the plots of sunflowers, soybeans, corn, and clover are there to entice animals to grace the grounds.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 80 Issue 3, Aug 2012, p180-182, 184, 186, f Periodical Website
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22630
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This article discusses the Biltmore International Rose Trials, as well as tips on growing sustainable, organic roses at home.
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23627
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In 2011, the Biltmore Estate launched the Biltmore International Rose Trials. The objective of these trials is to select only the best new varieties of roses based on overall health, appearance, vigor, fragrance, and bloom. Any level of rose breeder can enter these trials and gain recognition for their work.
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When Frederick Law Olmsted went to meticulous lengths when designing the grounds for the Biltmore estate. This included everything from the placement of plants, structures, and roads to the kinds of flora that would be planted and the negotiations to get everything the way he pictured it.
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Biltmore Estates in Asheville, North Carolina has a long history of stunning landscaping and gardens. Garden designer Clare Whittington discusses their procedure for planning out the gardens that surround the massive 8,000 acre estate, and how home gardeners can use the same tools.
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