Mt. Cuba Center’s Spring-Summer 2022 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.
Mt. Cuba’s online, in-person, and virtual on-demand classes give gardeners of all levels the building blocks they need to improve their gardening knowledge.
This spring and summer, students can:
- Check out The Nature of Oaks with Doug Tallamy on May 12
- Take The Dirt on Soil online with Duncan Himmelman on May 11
- Enjoy Drawing and Painting Hydrangeas with Mindy Lighthipe on May 24
- Chose an in-person class, such as Plants in a Changing Climate on April 8
- Attend Wildflower Weekend April 29-May 1
- and much more!
Both online and in-person courses offer engaging learning experiences where instructors can answer questions in real time. Group discussion is encouraged, and many courses have handouts and additional materials.
In 2021, Mt. Cuba’s classes were awarded editor’s pick for Best Upstate Creative Workshops in Delaware Today’s annual Best of Delaware competition.