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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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Baptisia australisBlue wild indigo
Wild blue indigo
Blue false indigo
Baptisia australis var. aberransBlue wild indigo
Baptisia australis var. minorBlue Wild Indigo
Baptisia bracteataLongbract wild indigo
Baptisia cinereaGrayhairy wild indigo
Baptisia lanceolataGopherweed
Pineland baptisia
Baptisia megacarpaApalachicola wild indigo
Baptisia simplicifoliaScareweed
Baptisia sphaerocarpaBush pea
Green wild indigo
Yellow wild indigo
Yellow wisteria
Baptisia tinctoriaHorseflyweed
Yellow Wild Indigo
Berberis canadensisAmerican barberry
Berberis julianaeWintergreen barberry
Betula lentaSweet birch
Cherry birch
Black birch
Mahogany birch
Betula nigraRiver birch
Red birch
Black birch
Bignonia capreolataCrossvine
Bigelowia nuttalliiNuttall's rayless goldenrod
Bouteloua curtipendulaSideoats grama
Botrychium virginianumRattlesnake fern
Brunnichia ovataAmerican buckwheat vine
Carex albursinaWhite bear sedge
Carex albicansWhitetinge sedge
Carya albaMockernut hickory
Big bud hickory
Callicarpa americanaAmerican beautyberry
French mulberry
Carex amphibolaCreek Sedge
Eastern narrowleaf sedge
Carex appalachicaAppalachian sedge
Carya aquaticaWater hickory
Bitter pecan
Carex atlanticaPrickly bog sedge
Carex bromoidesBromelike sedge
Carpinus carolinianaAmerican hornbeam
Blue beech
Musclewood
Ironwood
Carex cherokeensisCherokee sedge
Carya cordiformisBitternut hickory
Swamp hickory
Castilleja coccineaScarlet paintbrush
Scarlet indian paintbrush
Painted cup
Indian paintbrush
Cardamine concatenataCutleaf toothwort
Pepper root
Carex communis var. communisFibrousroot sedge
Carex crinitaFringed sedge
Cardamine diphyllaCrinkleroot
Two-leaved toothwort
Two-leaf toothwort
Campanula divaricataSmall bonny bellflower
Carex digitalisSlender woodland sedge
Carex eburneaBristleleaf sedge
Calycanthus floridusEastern sweetshrub
Carolina allspice
Sweet shrub
Carex flaccospermaThinfruit sedge
Carya glabraPignut hickory
Broom hickory
Carex griseaInflated Narrow-Leaf Sedge
Callisia gramineaGrassleaf roseling
Carex grayiGray's sedge
Carex jamesiiJames' sedge
Cardamine maximaLarge toothwort
Carya myristiciformisNutmeg hickory
Nogal
Carya ovataShagbark hickory
Caltha palustrisYellow marsh marigold
Yellow marsh-marigold
Cowslip
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