Florence's Haven

Karin's Sun Border

Mary's Meadow

Nectar Garden

Polo Pony Bed

Pump House Garden

Spruill Woods

Tack Shed

Walnut Grove

William's Hillside


Spalding's Path

Hughes Spalding Sr. owned the farmland that became McFarlane Nature Park. Spalding contracted with well known architect Henry Toombs to build the still existing farmhouse in 1941.  The acreage was more than the current 11.2 acre site, extending to the Chattahoochee River on the south and west to meet the land of John Sibley.  Additional acreage was owned by the family on the Fulton County side of the river. Architect's mark of Henry Toombs
Spalding's Path is planted with native buckeye, azaleas and American Wisteria.
American wisteria

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