At the Divide: Get to know Dutch Heritage Gardens – Douglas County
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At the Divide: Get to know Dutch Heritage Gardens
Commissioner George Teal interviews local and state water experts in ongoing video series
Every year, Dutch Heritage Gardens in southeastern Douglas County grows between 15 million and 18 million individual plants. How do they keep these plants thriving with nearly zero water waste?
Commissioner George Teal is diving deep into the topic of water resources this year. Join him as he interviews state and local water experts in an ongoing video series, At the Divide.
This summer, Commissioner George Teal spoke with Aaron Van Wingerden, president of Dutch Heritage Gardens.
View this video series on the County’s YouTube channel.
Dutch Heritage Gardens is locally owned and operated by third-generation greenhouse growers. The Gardens’ 9-acre facility is located off Palmer Divide Avenue in Larkspur.
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