Public gardens in North Carolina
Airlie Gardens
Quintessential Southern garden in Wilmington featuring azaleas, camellias, statuary and the historic Airlie Oak, and large freshwater lakes. Virtual tour, information about events, education, membership, and volunteering.
Cape Fear Botanical Garden
Teaching and pleasure garden featuring wooded areas with nature trails, waterwise, heritage, and children's gardens, and collections of camellias and daylilies. Descriptions and photos, events calendar, and plant list by month of bloom.
Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden
Garden in Belmont, offers community and camp programs, classes, and group tours. Calendar of events, membership details, searchable plant information, volunteer opportunities.
The Elizabethan Gardens
Garden in the formal British style on Roanoke Island in the Outer Banks. Photographs of garden areas, admission information.
JC Raulston Arboretum
Features a diverse collection of plants adapted for landscape use in the southeastern United States, with a focus on hardy shrubs and trees. Full-featured website with details and photos for many of the plant holdings. Piedmont.
Morrison Gardens
A rose garden in Davidson featuring 110 cultivars of heritage, antique and old Roses. Site features photos, gardening tips and heritage rose information.
The Sarah P. Duke Gardens
The crown jewel of Duke University, renowned both for landscape design and the quality of horticulture. Information about visiting, events, and gardening, and a section just for kids.
UNC Charlotte Botanical Gardens
Combination of outdoor and indoor garden facilities on campus, including a woodland garden featuring a large rhododendron collection, an Oriental-themed ornamental garden, and a tropical greenhouse.
Wing Haven Gardens & Bird Sanctuary
A four-acre garden in a residential neighborhood of Charlotte, with formal gardens, water features, and wooded areas. Garden tour, membership, volunteer, and calendar information.
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