Gardens and trails are open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 am-6 pm. Plan your visit today!
Bring a bit of calm and serenity to your screens with these beautiful images from Mt. Cuba Center’s gardens. All garden wallpapers are free to download for personal use.
Mt. Cuba’s Trillium Garden features our native spring ephemerals at their peak, including our American Public Gardens Association accredited Trillium collection.Trillium Garden Downloads
A walk down Mt. Cuba’s winding Dogwood Path features stunning trees, vibrant blooms, and a luscious moss bank.Dogwood Path Downloads
Anticipation and excitement build along Mt. Cuba’s West Slope Path with naturalistic woodlands and spring ephemeral wildflowers at every turn.West Slope Downloads
Surrounded by exotic looking plants and trees that brush the skyline, Mt. Cuba’s Ponds provide shelter and sustenance for carnivorous plants, native orchids, and water-thriving wildlife.Ponds Downloads
In Mt. Cuba’s Trial Garden, our researchers dive into the horticultural and ecological value of native plants and their cultivars, leading way to remarkable discoveries—science unfolding before our eyes.Trial Garden Downloads
Winter at Mt. Cuba Center’s South Lawn.Copeland House in Winter
A cardinal perched on a tree branch in Mt. Cuba Center’s gardens.Cardinal Winter Landscape