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The Flora Macdonald Gardens is a historic garden located in Red Springs, North Carolina, inside the campus of the Flora Macdonald Academy. The garden, along with the school?s building and grounds are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its historic and architectural significance.

The Flora Macdonald Gardens is a well known site on its own, however. It was built by the founder of what was known then as the Flora Macdonald College, Dr. Charles G. Vardell. The gardens have always been known for its beautiful azaleas in the spring, as well as other plants that Dr. Vardell has gathered. The Flora Macdonald Gardens may have been expanded and enlarged in the past, but it still carries its heritage.
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