Source units being installed Denver Botanic Gardens York Street

Solar-powered Atmospheric Water Harvesters are Here

April 12, 2018 | Jennifer Riley-Chetwynd
Denver Botanic Gardens recently installed four solar-powered atmospheric water harvesters – three at York Street and one at Chatfield Farms. Using the power of the sun, these SOURCE units accelerate the condensation process to convert water vapor into water. All but one of the harvesters, which are...Learn more
Water-Smart Garden

Build a Water-Saving Garden by Shopping Spring Plant Sale

May 9, 2017 | Special Events
Think you need lots of water for a diverse, vibrant, and beautiful garden? Think again! On the Front Range, water is always a concern. It rarely falls from the sky, and it’s hard to justify soaking flower beds and gardens at home when your water bill ticks higher every year. And while you may think...Learn more
"The Water Museum" by Luis Alberto Urrea

Finding Fiction in the Helen Fowler Library

March 31, 2017 | Rory O'Connor-Walston
The Helen Fowler Library is known for the largest horticultural collection in the Rocky Mountain region, but did you know we have a small fiction collection as well? While literature dedicated to the depiction of imaginary places and people may not seem like an obvious fit, I promise you it’s worth...Learn more
For the birds

For the birds

April 7, 2008 | Matt Cole
One quiet afternoon recently, I took a walk in the garden and discovered how popular it was with the local birds. Many rested in high branches but others accepted my presence at roughly eye level. It doesn't mean they posed for the camera. I certainly needed the practice try to catch moving targets...Learn more