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Mt. Cuba Center
Address: 3120 Barley Milll Road
Hockessin, DE 19707
Fax: 302 239-5366
Organization Scope: National
Organization Type: Botanic Garden
Services this organization provides
- Work on restoration projects
- Natural habitat management
- Wildflower or native habitat display on property
- Conducts research
- Provide educational programming
- Open to the public
- Offer public programs, trips, seminars, etc.
- Propagate native plants
Native Plant Focus: Mt. Cuba Center is working to preserve the flora of the Appalachian Piedmont Region while serving as a model for ecological gardening and sustainability beyond our gates.
Publications: Trilliums at Mt. Cuba Center, A Visitor\'s Guide; Meadow Plants at Mt. Cuba Center
Description: 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.
Online Plant ListView and search a list of species occurring at the Mt. Cuba Center
Last Update: 2013-06-12
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