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Mt. Cuba Center’s Trial Garden is a research area where specific plant groups are evaluated for their ornamental values as well as disease and pest resistance. Some plant groups under formal and informal study include: purple coneflower, wild indigo, tickseed, blazing-star, narrowleaf ironweed, Canada lily, and long-sepal beardtongue. A multi-year study of several eastern U.S. asters has also been completed and published.

View "Asters for the Mid-Atlantic Region”

View "Heuchera for the Mid-Atlantic Region"

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