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By Patrick Greenwald Have you ever come across the ghostly white stalks of the wildflower Monotropa uniflora, commonly known as ghost pipe? Oh, how exciting it is to suddenly come […]Read More
Among North American wildflowers, few are as beloved and culturally relevant as Trillium. A new report led by the ABQ BioPark, NatureServe, and Mt. Cuba Center analyzed risk factors to […]Read More
By Ellen Lake, James Rockwell, Amy Highland, and Sam Hoadley Mt. Cuba Center collects plant material from wild populations for a variety of horticultural and conservation purposes, including evaluations in the […]Read More
By Molly Schafer Spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, is an invasive insect. These planthoppers are in the order Hemiptera, also known as “true bugs.” If the sudden appearance of spotted lanternflies […]Read More
By Molly Schafer Did you know there are around 4,000 species of native bees in North America? Surprisingly, this number does not include the honeybee, a non-native which arrived via […]Read More