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Press Release – February 18, 2021

Mt. Cuba Center to Host 2021 Classes In-person and Online

Hockessin, Dela. (Feb. 2021) –Mt. Cuba Center’s Spring-Summer 2021 Program Guide introduces more than 100 expert-led classes in gardening, conservation, art, and wellness. The latest program guide brings botanical education via online and in-person classes to those interested in learning. Browse the program guide at mtcubacenter.org/programguide. “Though the COVID-19 pandemic has kept many at home, […]

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Press Release – January 28, 2021

Introducing Live, Online Group Lectures

Garden clubs and groups looking to meet virtually now have the option to have a Mt. Cuba Center expert present at their virtual meeting. These new Online Group Lectures can accommodate up to 90 participants and be scheduled in advance during a time that’s convenient for attendees. “Interest in online courses has been booming for […]

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Press Release – January 8, 2021

Captivating Coneflowers

After three years of evaluation, Mt. Cuba Center reveals Echinacea for the Mid-Atlantic Region, its latest research report evaluating 75 species and cultivars of this immensely popular native perennial. Sam Hoadley, manager of horticultural research, studied these selections and ranked the plants based on their floral display, health, and attractiveness for pollinators and other beneficial […]

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Press Release – November 20, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center Begins Master Plan Renovations

Mt. Cuba Center has incorporated the designs of famed landscape architects such as Marian Coffin and Thomas Sears into its gardens throughout its history. Now, it’s latest renovations will feature inclusive accessibility upgrades by the internationally recognized Nelson Byrd Woltz (NBW). This fall, the team broke ground on the first of many renovations to come. […]

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Press Release – October 14, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center Offers Classes On Demand

As interest increases for online education, Mt. Cuba Center, a leader in gardening with native plants and conserving natural areas,  is launching a Classes On Demand program featuring some of its most popular gardening courses. Virtual learning is an entirely new tool for Mt. Cuba that builds on the organization’s mission to inspire an appreciation […]

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