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In The News – September 22, 2016

Going With the Flow

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In The News, Updates – October 20, 2016

Pest Patrol: With emerald ash borer confirmed in Delaware, manage ash trees

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Updates – November 18, 2016

Master Planning Begins at Mt. Cuba Center

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Updates – November 28, 2016

Four tips for ecological gardening in autumn

An ecological gardener’s to-do list is short in autumn, but here’s a few tips to remind you what to do – and what not to do – to maintain the naturalistic qualities of landscapes, regardless of how large or small they are. A garden can provide both beauty and habitat value all winter long. 1. Foster […]

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Updates – November 18, 2016

Master Planning Begins at Mt. Cuba Center

Hockessin, DE (Nov. 18, 2016) – Mt. Cuba Center announced today the design team partners to lead long range master planning of its landscape and facilities. Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects will lead the design process to develop a long-term plan for Mt. Cuba Center. The nearly 600 acre property includes 20 acres of naturalistic […]

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In The News, Updates – October 20, 2016

Pest Patrol: With emerald ash borer confirmed in Delaware, manage ash trees

Notice a small, D-shaped hole in your ash tree this year? How about excessive woodpecker damage? Both of these are signs of emerald ash borer activity, and thanks to the arrival of this insect, it’s time to take a hard look at the trees in your yard. This summer, scientists confirmed the insect’s presence in […]

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In The News – September 22, 2016

Going With the Flow

Stream health is important to our water supply and the habitats in which we live, play and work. It also impacts the wellbeing of everything downstream, including the ocean.

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In The News – September 1, 2016

There’s Nothing Phony about False Indigo

At the garden center, plants tend to sell when they’re in bloom and not sell when they’re not, but here’s a secret: It’s perfectly fine to purchase something in a pot that isn’t flowering its head off or even absurdly lush.

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