My Trip to Mount Cuba Center

Mount Cuba Center, in Hockessin, Delaware (near Wilmington), has long been on my garden visit bucket list.  It is a paradise of native Piedmont plants, and an inspiration for all of us living in "suburban woodlands" here in the mid-Atlantic. What I learned: the key to a great Woodland Garden is open shade.  They had... Continue Reading →

Horticultural Distance Learning From Mt. Cuba!

Update: I received an email from Mt. Cuba today and they want ya'll to know that they are open to the public far more often than they used to be.  Here's what Jeannette Zipf, Mt. Cuba's Communications Coordinator, told me: "We are open for public garden tours in spring, summer and fall. Spring tours, which... Continue Reading →

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