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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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Xanthorhiza simplicissimaShrub yellowroot
Yellowroot
Xerophyllum asphodeloidesEastern turkeybeard
Turkeybeard
Xyris carolinianaCarolina yelloweyed grass
Xyris fimbriataFringed yelloweyed grass
Xyris louisianicaLouisiana yelloweyed grass
Yucca filamentosaAdam's needle
Zanthoxylum clava-herculisHercules' club
Zephyranthes atamascaAtamasco lily
Rain lily
Zenobia pulverulentaDusty zenobia
Honeycup
Zigadenus densusOsceola's plume
Zigadenus glaberrimusSandbog deathcamas
Camas
Large-flowered zigadenus
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