Transform your landscape from a potential source of runoff pollution to a buffer against it. Eileen Boyle, our Conservation and Research Director, presents the basic elements of rain garden installation and maintenance, a list of native perennials for wet and dry conditions, and designs that are aesthetically pleasing and highly functional. Take home 5 hardy, […]
An event every week that begins at 11:00am on Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until November 24, 2019
Walk the gardens with an expert docent in this highlight of the gardens.
The best happy hour around - gardens are open until 8 pm, picnicking welcome!General Admission
During our regularly scheduled Picnic Night, join us for a night of nature, art-making and fun! Mt. Cuba Center partners with award-winning folk artist, Eunice LaFate, to lead a unique children’s art program in our gardens. Kids will work together to create a collaborative mural from natural materials and walk away with their very own […]General Admission
An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Friday, repeating until August 9, 2019
From the familiar poison ivy, to the stench of skunk cabbage, to the spines of prickly pear, plants native to the Brandywine Valley will be on display at our Wicked Plants Walks with a featured cocktail—Poison Ivy—available for purchase. Find out more here. (Cost for the walks: $15, includes general admission for the day. Season […]$15