Come visit a remarkable Charlotte, North Carolina, garden where birds soar.
Photography Ralph Anderson / Styling Leigh Anne Montgomery
This isn’t the typical wildlife refuge. For one thing, it isn’t remote. It’s located on a residential street in the middle of the gracious Myers Park neighborhood. It also isn’t an impenetrable tangle of vines, bushes, briars, and trees engaged in a full botanical death match. The formal elements of Elizabeth’s design impose structure upon anarchic nature, guiding your eye.