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Back to News Updates – January 1, 2023

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2023 Downloadable Calendar

 

 

Connect with nature and stay organized with Mt. Cuba Center’s free monthly calendar downloads! The calendar features native plants in all seasons and can be used as a wallpaper for your desktop or phone, or you can print individual months out. Calendars are available in both English and Spanish.

How to Download

To download for either your desktop or phone, just click on a link below and start the download. From there you will be able to double click the file to view all the months, select the current month, and follow the instructions for your device on changing the background. To print, select the desktop gallery, download, and send to your printer. We recommend printing on card stock or a stronger-weight paper for a more polished look.

We hope the photographs of native plants and pollinators will brighten your year while also keeping you organized for 2023!

Downloadable Files: 

Desktop Calendar English

Desktop Calendar Spanish

Phone Background Calendar English

Phone Background Calendar Spanish

Featured Native Plants in the 2023 Calendar:

January: Ilex opaca
March: Enemion biternatum
April: Trillium flexipes
May: Cypripedium parviflorum
June: Asclepias tuberosa
July: Echinacea purpurea
September: Vernonia species
December: Hydrangea quercifolia