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In The News, Updates – October 24, 2017

This Fall, Bring the Garden Inside

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In The News – December 6, 2017

A Fruitful Fall

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Updates – December 12, 2017

Botanize Digitally with these Five Instagram Accounts

Social media can be a wonderful tool for opening our eyes to the world around us. A quick flick of the thumb and we’re scrolling through an Australian sunset, a party in New York, a meal in a French café. But what about the wonders of our own back yard? Native plants support robust ecosystems […]

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In The News – December 6, 2017

A Fruitful Fall

Native Fruiting Shrubs Add Color to the Fall Garden Earlier this month a record-breaking freeze zapped gardens across the mid-Atlantic, causing flowers to shrivel and leaves to drop—some before they even turned into their brilliant fall color. But that’s all the better to see beautiful fall fruiting shrubs which put on a late autumn display. […]

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In The News, Updates – October 24, 2017

This Fall, Bring the Garden Inside

Flower arrangements offer a new appreciation for the season   The cold weather signals the end of the growing season, but before the ground freezes, autumn has some stunning jewels to show off. Late blooming plants like asters and goldenrod pair with sweeps of golden grasses and the turning leaves on the trees to send […]

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In The News, Updates – October 18, 2017

Mt. Cuba Celebrates Our Graduates

Three years ago, five dedicated horticulture students dove into an Ecological Gardening program of lectures, course work, and field trips to learn about gardening with native plants. This October 5th they were honored for mastering the art and science of sustainable gardening as they received their Ecological Gardening Certificates at a ceremony and reception held […]

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In The News, Updates – August 23, 2017

Communities of Life

Conserving the earth in big and small ways requires community Under the hot August sun, tiger swallowtail butterflies, bumble bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators dart about among the dozens of varieties of native helenium flowers that are currently under observation in Mt. Cuba Center’s Trial Garden. Two or three days a week, Judy Hardman can […]

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Botanize Digitally with these Five Instagram Accounts

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