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Thanks for a great year! Mt. Cuba Center is closed for general admission for the season and will reopen on April 3, 2024.
Classes offered year-round. Learn to garden in harmony with nature, take an art or wellness class, and more!
Mt. Cuba Center evaluates native plants and related cultivars for horticultural and ecological value.
Mt. Cuba conserves and stewards more than 1,000 acres including meadows, forests, streams and riparian corridors.
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The study and preservation of the iconic monarch butterfly is a focal area for the conservation and research team at Mt. Cuba. Join Ellen Lake, director of conservation and research, […]
Finding plants that will grow in wet conditions around ponds, along streams, or in rain gardens, can be a challenge. Learn which native plants thrive in moisture-laden soil, tolerate sun […]
Take an in-depth look at the gardens and discover how to apply sustainable gardening practices. Learn about environmental topics such as climate change, systems-thinking, and consciously sourcing native plants for […]
The first book printed featuring photographic images was made in 1843 by Anna Atkins, an English botanist, and photographer. Atkins pioneered the use of the cyanotype process to capture images […]
Join local family-friendly yoga practice Petite Yogi for an outdoor yoga session in our South Garden. From beginners to experienced yogis, children ages four and up with an adult are […]
Join us for an afternoon of nature, artmaking, and fun! Mt. Cuba partners with award-winning folk artist, Eunice LaFate, to lead a unique children’s art program in the gardens. Kids […]