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Press Release – May 12, 2017

Dive into Summer with Summer Splash!

This summer, discover the wonders of water in nature at Mt. Cuba Center’s first annual Summer Splash event. On July 23, visitors can come to the renowned botanical garden to cool off from the summer heat with Summer Splash’s engaging and educational activities about how nature captures, stores and uses water.   A day full […]

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Press Release, Updates – April 5, 2017

Surround yourself with wildflowers on April 23rd

Surround yourself with wildflowers this spring at the 13th Annual Wildflower Celebration on Sunday, April 23. This day-long, free event invites people of all ages to learn and play in nature. Discover rare and beautiful wildflowers, observe tadpoles in the iconic ponds, and enjoy family friendly activities at Mt. Cuba Center’s annual springtime festival. During […]

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Press Release – March 8, 2017

Get ready for spring with classes and events at Mt. Cuba Center

Spring-Summer 2017 Program Guide features enriching programs for all levels Mt. Cuba Center’s spring and summer programs are now open for registration. This latest lineup of spring and summer classes and events cover the wide world of native plant gardening, wellness, art and conservation. Browse classes on Mt. Cuba Center’s website here or view the […]

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Press Release, Updates – February 28, 2017

Experience the beauty of spring at Mt. Cuba Center

Experience the beauty of spring’s wildflower season in the gardens at Mt. Cuba Center, which will open for general admission starting April 1. Stroll through acres of shaded woodlands, open meadow, ponds and formal gardens at Mt. Cuba Center. Spring at Mt. Cuba Center is the time to spot wildflowers like trilliums, Virginia bluebells and […]

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Press Release, Updates – December 14, 2016

Monarda brings the heat to high summer

Latest Mt. Cuba Center plant trial identifies top varieties of the plant for the mid-Atlantic region Monarda, commonly known as bee balm or wild bergamot, is the subject of a newly released research report by Mt. Cuba Center’s Research Horticulturist. The report details the results of a three year study of 40 different selections of […]

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