Italian Garden: Feel like you’re in France’s Versailles with statuary and lily pad-filled reflecting pools, located adjacent to Biltmore House. The three pools are filled with koi and goldfish, as well as many varieties of aquatic plants, including water lilies, elephant ears, and papyrus.
Shrub Garden: A path leads you through the four-acre Shrub Garden (to the Walled Garden), a picturesque landscape with hundreds of ornamental shrubs and beautiful trees. The wisteria-covered pergola has benches for relaxing.
Walled Garden: The centerpiece of the gardens features a seasonal rotation of blooms, including 75,000 tulips in the spring, colorful summer annuals, and fall mums. A long arbor covered with grapevines runs down the center with themed areas, including a butterfly garden, white border, scented border, and Victorian border.
Rose Garden: The lower half of the Walled Garden features 50 varieties of roses grown at the end of the 19th-century, plus modern varieties and All–America Roses. You'll also find traditional garden structures, such as a maypole and double arch surrounded by 2,000 roses.
Azalea Garden: See one of the country's finest collection of azaleas via a network of pathways throughout this 15-acre section. It's filled with a million blossoms in late April and May. A 1/3-mile walk takes you from the Conservatory to Bass Pond, by a variety of towering evergreen trees.
According to romanticasheville.com