Mt. Cuba Center is Giving A Free Course on Ferns

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One of the most fantastic gardens filled with native plants is Mt. Cuba in Delaware.   See here.  The approximately 600 acre park is dedicated to the study, conservation, and appreciation of plants native to the Appalachian Piedmont Region.  Not only is this a wonderful place to visit, but Mt. Cuba has an excellent website that is a wealth of information about their native plants.

And to top it off, Mt. Cuba is now offering a FREE course about Ferns on line for those who wish to sign up. All they ask in return for this free course is that you fill out a short survey at the end.

Ferns are a tricky plant to identify, so if you want to learn about ferns or just interested in ferns for you garden, this is a course you will find worthwhile.

But you had better sign up for this course before Nov. 14th.  After Nov. 14th there will be a fee. You will then have to pay $40 to take the course. So sign up immediately!

Below is the letter TheGardenLady received telling about this program.

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