4 Charlotte Gardens That Are Giving Us Serious Spring Fever

Spring's so close we can almost smell it.


Spring is just around the corner, or so it seems. With uncharacteristically warm temperatures making this February seem like a dream, Charlotte's been teasing us with spring-like visions for a couple weeks. And now, we're about to tease you a little more.


Behold, some of the most beautiful gardens in Charlotte that will give you serious spring fever...


peter taylor

Tropical Paradise

Complete with party-friendly tiki hut, the backyard of the Elizabeth home featured here is a lush getaway suggesting coordinates much farther south than Charlotte's spot on the map. Mai Tais, anyone?









logan cyrus

Happy Blooms

The garden can be seen from every room in this Dilworth house, which is a welcome view for everyone. Homeowner Jimmy Foster told us in the original article, "There's a feeling of fulfillment you get from seeing the garden happy," and we couldn't agree more.








raymond grubb

Whimsy Wins

What's not to love about the fairytale-like ivy arch and the fantastical colors adorning this whimsical garden? That table is just begging for someone to sit down and enjoy a glass of sweet tea.















raymond grubb

Azalea Alert

It's hard to look at this image and not get bright-eyed. The array of azaleas competing for attention in this garden makes it easy to admire these spring-bloomers.

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About Alyssa Ruane 
Alyssa Ruane is a freelance lifestyle and fashion writer based in Charlotte, NC, though she'll always be a Florida girl at heart. She loves playing soccer and volleyball, and she’s a stickler for clean kitchens. When not writing, she can be found at a brewery, on Twitter (@alyssaruane), or on Twitter at a brewery.




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