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NPIN: Recommended Native Plants - Mt. Cuba Center



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 Sun - 6 or more hrs
 Part shade - 2 to 6 hrs
 Shade - 2 hrs or less

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 Wet - saturated
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Mt. Cuba Center

The Copeland family dedicated their Mt. Cuba estate to conserving the native plants that they cherished for future generations to enjoy in their natural setting. Today, the Center is passionately committed to preserving the rich flora of the Appalachian Piedmont Region through conservation, horticulture, and education & research.

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Acer rubrumRed maple
Scarlet maple
Actaea rubifoliaAppalachian bugbane
Actaea rubraRed baneberry
Acer rubrum var. drummondiiDrummond's maple
Drummond red maple
Swamp maple
Acer saccharinumSilver maple
Soft maple
White maple
Acer saccharumSugar maple
Northern sugar maple
Acer spicatumMountain maple
Aconitum uncinatumSouthern blue monkshood
Monkshood
Adiantum capillus-venerisSouthern maidenhair fern
Common maidenhair fern
Maidenhair fern
Venus hair fern
Adlumia fungosaClimbing Fumatory
Allegheny Vine
Mountain-fringe
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