Florence's Haven

Karin's Sun Border

Mary's Meadow

Nectar Garden

Polo Pony Bed

Spalding's Path

Spruill Woods

Tack Shed

Walnut Grove

William's Hillside


Native Azaleas
  McFarlane Nature Par
k's Collection

Neighbor Jan Spring donated her 58 mature native azaleas to McFarlane.   She had rescued the plants over many years and grew them out in her garden.  These are species plants, meaning that they occurred naturally, and they will display colors that range from yellow to pink and bicolors.
You can read her story, in her own words.
Mature azaleas as they bloomed prior to the move.
We also received 20 new native azaleas from hybridizer Earl Sommerville of Marietta GA.  These smaller plants will winter over in a protected location to be planted out early next spring, bringing the total collection to 132 individual plants.    See what Earl's plants will look like here.