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Floral Arranging Class at The Cummer Museum



This workshop will include all arrangement supplies, discussions on selecting the right flowers, proper stem cutting, as well as handy tricks and expert advice. Each student will take home the…

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Native Plants: Soft Rush



Outside the Stein Gallery, staged around the Pines and beneath the Cypress is a large grouping of…

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Didn’t make it to the Cummer Ball? Here’s a Recap!



A very special thank you to our Decorations Chairs, Katherine Forrester and Christy Blake, their creativity and vision made the museum shine. Katherine and Christy also worked closely with Mark Grandin of Mark Grandin Events. Our floral decorations were created by Ann Evans of Cypress. Ann’s designs are sophisticated, modern and elegant.

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Garden Week Recap



Garden Week is our sole fundraiser for our historic gardens. The funds raised from Garden Week are dedicated to the restoration of our Olmsted Garden. Without the generosity and support of our donors and sponsors, we could not host Garden Week at The Cummer. We would like to thank our Garden Week sponsors and donors, along with everyone who attended Garden Week, for their generous support. Together we are fulfilling Ninah Cummer’s dream of making The Cummer “a place of beauty and culture for all.”

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Pardon Our Dirt! – Cypress Replanting



Please pardon our dirt! In an effort to maintain the historical integrity of the Italian Garden, which is now listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Cummer is in the process of replacing all the cypress in the garden.

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