Mt Cuba Center
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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.

An ecological gardening certificate student completes a Native Plants of Fall exam in Mt. Cuba Center's naturalistic gardens.
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Classes offered year-round. Learn to garden in harmony with nature, take an art or wellness class, and more!

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Mt. Cuba Center evaluates native plants and related cultivars for horticultural and ecological value.

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Ecological Land Management

Mt. Cuba conserves and stewards more than 1,000 acres including meadows, forests, streams and riparian corridors.

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Mt Cuba Center
Back to News Updates – August 14, 2023


Learn from Leaders in Native Plant Gardening

Mt. Cuba Center’s Fall-Winter 2023-2024 Program Guide is packed with expert-led classes focusing on native plants, ecological gardening, conservation, art, and wellness. Our fall event series offers something for everyone, from Sunset and S’mores to Tree Festival and our final Twilight on the Terrace for the year.

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Here is a taste of what we have to offer this season:

Classes are offered both weekdays and weekends, online and in-person, including a new hybrid version of our popular Native Plants of Fall certificate class. In addition to its fall and winter offerings, Mt. Cuba offers Classes On Demand and Online Group Lectures.

There’s something for everyone to find something new to learn this season!