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Located in the heart of Charlotte, North Carolina, Wing Haven provides a natural oasis for reflection and study of its two public gardens. Wing Haven Garden & Bird Sanctuary is rich in Southern horticulture and a habitat for birds and wildlife. The...more
I am not really a nature loving dude, but i had to do it for the missus. And i gotta tell you, i was a bit surprised since the drive upto the park was through crowded lanes and roads. The best part however, was that...More
This is an amazing hidden gem nestled in the heart of a residential area that we visited as part of National Museum Day. The grounds are very nice and the map we were given was very helpful in guiding us through the gardens. Bring your...More
Tired of rushing to and fro? Here is a place tucked away in a residential area well known for their keen eye on beauty and nature. The original owner of this santuary built this gardn in memory of his late wife to share with all...More
We were searching the internet for something to do on a nice April day in Charlotte, and I came across this place by searching "gardens". How happy we were to find this place. So quiet and beautiful. I have seen many pictures of blue birds,...More
This jewel of a garden is located in one of Charlotte's loveliest neighborhoods. If you are a gardener, check out their bi-yearly sales, featuring unusual plants, and gardeners who have the expertise to help you know what to buy, and how and when to plant...More
There is interest all year long. Spring and fall are particularly wonderous, April, May and Sept, Oct. With the climate changing so much now, the months of spring and fall are shifting and the weather is hard to predict, so... More
There is interest all year long. Spring and fall are particularly wonderous, April, May and Sept, Oct. With the climate changing so much now, the months of spring and fall are shifting and the weather is hard to predict, so the blooms and growth is a little harder to predict as well.