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Native Places

There are places I remember…

One of them was a gem of a garden… the gentle breezes, the blowing table cloths,

Secret nooks captured  views… the knowledge that someone envisioned a plot of land and worked it for their delight and fascination… 332 more words


Charlotte's hidden treasure is for the birds

By Bernie Petit
Communications Specialist 

If you can’t find Wing Haven, tucked away on one of the most idyllic streets in the Myers Park neighborhood, just look up in the sky. 911 more words


A Day at Wing Haven

This weekend the family and I went to Wing Haven, here in North Carolina, and I have found a new place I love and it will be a repeat visit. 156 more words


Every Bird Deserves a Worm

Wing Haven, located in the historic Myers Park neighborhood, is home to an array of small animals including rabbits and chipmunks.  However, some of the most prominent residents are birds of North Carolina. 118 more words


REALLY for the Birds

I’ve wanted to show you this place.  My reluctance to do so is that  I can’t do it  justice with words or camera.  It is an extraordinary garden where the bird songs, the sound of moving water, and breezes rustling in the leaves of the towering trees send your soul soaring skyward and make you one with nature. 302 more words

In The Neighborhood of Clarkson and Lawrence

No One Gardens Alone: A Life of Elizabeth Lawrence written by Emily Herring Wilson is my recent purchase. I could not resist it as I toured the gardens of Elizabeth Lawrence in Charlotte, North Carolina. 807 more words

Attract Birds to Your Garden

If you love birds, be sure to read “Beauty Takes Flight’ in the February issue of Southern Living. It’s the story of
Wing Haven Garden & Bird Sanctuary… 733 more words

The Grumpy Gardener