Walking in the 15-acre Azalea Garden on the Biltmore Estate.  Throughout the trails you’ll see several benches and rock work placed in beautiful areas to enjoy being outside.  Chauncey Beadle, originally hired by Olmsted in 1890, he worked at the estate until his death in 1950.  He’s credited with the original plantings and the area was renamed the Azalea Garden to honor him on his 50th anniversary.