Wing Haven to purchase Elizabeth Lawrence House and Garden

September 2007
Magnolia;Fall2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p15
The article announces on the plan of Wing Haven Foundation to purchase the Elizabeth Lawrence Garden owned by Lindie Wilson in Charlotte, Carolina. It states that the foundation will focus on the preservation of the historical landscape as well as recognize the garden's contributions to horticulture and gardening. In addition, the Garden Conservancy has been commissioned to help in preserving the property where an amount of $50,000 has been given to support its Stewardship Fund.


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