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In The News – June 11, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center in The New York Times

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In The News, Press Release – July 17, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center Named Best Botanical Garden

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Press Release – November 20, 2020

Mt. Cuba Center Begins Master Plan Renovations

Mt. Cuba Center has incorporated the designs of famed landscape architects such as Marian Coffin and Thomas Sears into its gardens throughout its history. Now, it’s latest renovations will feature inclusive accessibility upgrades by the internationally recognized Nelson Byrd Woltz (NBW). This fall, the team broke ground on the first of many renovations to come. […]

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Updates – November 17, 2020

Deck the Halls with a Natural Holiday Arrangement

With the holiday season just a few weeks away, “decking the halls” is right around the corner. Need inspiration on where to start this year? In an upcoming class, Donna Wiley, our formal gardens horticulturist, demonstrates how to make a long-lasting festive holiday arrangement. Let us do the work in collecting the fragrant evergreens, pinecones, […]

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Updates – November 13, 2020

Wassail & Wreath Making

‘Tis the season for enjoying warm festive drinks and decorating the home for the holiday season. Wondering when you’ll find the time to do both? Mt. Cuba Center has you covered with our upcoming Wassail & Wreath Making Class on December 3. Enjoy spiced cider punch while putting together a beautiful magnolia wreath. Use it […]

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Updates – October 30, 2020

Herbal Remedies Series: Gut Health

Native plants help support our local ecosystem and restore the natural landscape. But did you know that they can also be used to support the health of our gut ecosystem? In an upcoming herbal remedies series, herbalist Sue Bara will share her experiences with restoring gut balance and the herbal bitter recipes she uses. In […]

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Updates – October 28, 2020

Dig Deeper into Nature with Botanical Art

Getting up close and personal with the details of a plant isn’t just for horticulturists. Artists, also learn about their subjects in a deep and profound way by exploring the many details of a plant. Imagine getting to learn how to paint or draw the natural world in the “virtual” company of friends. It’s possible […]

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