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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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Carex pensylvanicaPennsylvania sedge
Carex plantagineaPlantainleaf sedge
Plantain-leaf sedge
Carex platyphyllaBroadleaf sedge
Castanea pumilaChinkapin
Allegheny chinquapin
Allegheny-chinkapin
Chinquapin
Camassia scilloidesAtlantic camas
Wild hyacinth
Carex strictaUpright sedge
Uptight sedge
Tussock sedge
Carex swaniiSwan's sedge
Caulophyllum thalictroidesBlue cohosh
Squaw-root
Papoose-root
Caulophylle faux-pigamon
Calopogon tuberosusTuberous grasspink
Grass pink
Ceanothus americanusNew Jersey tea
Redroot
Cercis canadensisEastern redbud
Redbud
Celtis laevigataSugar hackberry
Hackberry
Sugarberry
Texas sugarberry
Palo blanco
Celtis occidentalisCommon hackberry
Nettle tree
Cephalanthus occidentalisCommon buttonbush
Buttonbush
Button willow
Celastrus scandensAmerican bittersweet
Celtis tenuifoliaDwarf hackberry
Small sugar hackberry
Centrosema virginianumSpurred butterfly pea
Butterfly pea
Chamaedaphne calyculataLeatherleaf
Chelone cuthbertiiCuthbert's turtlehead
Chelone glabraWhite turtlehead
Cheilanthes lanosaHairy lipfern
Chasmanthium latifoliumInland sea oats
Indian wood oats
Wild oats
River oats
Flathead oats
Upland Oats
Upland Sea Oats
Chamaelirium luteumBlazing star
Fairywand
Chelone lyoniiPink turtlehead
Chrysopsis marianaMaryland goldenaster
Maryland golden-aster
Chimaphila maculataStriped prince's pine
Spotted Wintergreen
Chelone obliquaRed turtlehead
Chionanthus pygmaeusPygmy fringetree
Chamaecyparis thyoidesAtlantic white cedar
Atlantic white-cedar
Chionanthus virginicusWhite fringetree
Fringe tree
Grancy Graybeard
Chrysogonum virginianum var. australeSouthern green and gold
Green and gold
Chrysogonum virginianum var. virginianumNorthern green and gold
Green and gold
Cirsium discolorField thistle
Clethra acuminataMountain sweet pepperbush
Cinnamon clethra
Clematis addisoniiAddison's leather flower
Clethra alnifoliaCoastal sweet pepperbush
Clethra
Summer sweet
Claytonia carolinianaCarolina springbeauty
Clinopodium coccineumScarlet Calamint
Scarlet Wild Basil
Red Savory
Red Mint Shrub
Scarlet Balm
Southern Calamint
Red Basil
Clematis crispaSwamp leatherflower
Curly clematis
Blue jasmine
Curlflower
Clinopodium georgianumGeorgia calamint
Georgia basil
Clinopodium
Clematis glaucophyllaWhiteleaf Leather-flower
Cladrastis kentukeaKentucky yellowwood
Yellowwood
Gopherwood
Virgilia
Cliftonia monophyllaBuckwheat tree
Buckwheat bush
Clematis morefieldiiHuntsville vasevine
Clematis ochroleucaCurlyheads
Clematis reticulataNetleaf leather flower
Clematis socialisAlabama leather flower
Clematis texensisScarlet clematis
Scarlet leatherflower
Texas clematis
Clintonia umbellulataWhite clintonia
White bluebead-lily
Claytonia virginicaVirginia springbeauty
Springbeauty
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