Visit Desert Botanical Garden and see Wind, Water and Earth exhibit

About Desert Botanical Garden

In the Desert Botanical Garden, a living museum featuring more than 50,000 plants including rare and endangered species you can enjoy many activities such as specialized workshops, exhibits, events and even concerts. In the Desert Botanical Garden gift and plant shop you can find unique items.

You will also discover tranquil vibrancy of desert plants nestled amid the red rocks of the Papago Buttes, from the beauty of the Sonoran Desert to towering cacti and alluring succulents to brilliant wildflowers and lush trees. Through Garden’s various adult and children’s classes you can learn more about desert landscaping, nature art, cooking and wellness.


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Wind, Water, Earth by Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz

Desert Botanical Garden’s newest art exhibition is now open and features large-scale living sculptures created by Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz of Waterlily Pond Studio.

Wind | Extended through March 28

“Wind is inspired by the tumultuous wind and dust storms that move across the desert landscape. Measuring in at 16 feet high and 8 feet wide, visitors can wander through the rings and gaze up at a “storm cloud” of plant materials, including cholla skeletons, yucca stocks, tree branches, tumbleweeds and tropical bromeliad and heliconia.”

-Wind, Water, Earth
Wind, Water, Earth showpiece

Water | Feb. 23 – March 28

“Water is a landscape intervention spanning 100 feet, mapping the path of seasonal flooding through the Berlin Agave Yucca Forest. The interpretive description for the installation is included below:

Flowing through agaves and spilling over boulders, a flood of vibrant color saturates the Berlin Agave Yucca Forest in this ephemeral landscape intervention.

Meticulously constructed on-site, Water spans nearly 100 feet and is designed to embrace the contours of the landscape. Eddies of intensely colored flowers gather in pools and are nestled amid an intricate yellow wooden lattice, mapping the seasonal flow of water.

More than 2,000 plants, including petunias, anthuriums and bromeliads, are on display along with 8,000 wooden rods woven into a lattice structure.”

-Wind, Water, Earth
Wind, Water, Earth showpiece

Earth | April 3 – 25

“The exhibition will culminate with Earth, an immersive, room height 3-dimensional structure will be composed of 25 wood layers of “strata” cut away to reveal an open archway that visitors can enter. Ten thousand fresh flowers including roses, orchids and succulents will line the layers in a palette of desert colors.”

-Wind, Water, Earth
Wind, Water, Earth showpiece

DATES: Select Dates | Jan. 19 – April 25
TIMES: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
PRICE: Included with Membership or Garden Admission | Reservations Required

About Natasha Lisitsa & Daniel Schultz

Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz, a wife and husband team, are internationally renowned floral installation artists. They are widely recognized for their larger-than-life installations, and unique approach combining flowers with structurally challenging forms.

Their studio, Waterlily Pond, has been commissioned by modern art museums, cathedrals, public spaces and cultural organizations worldwide. Natasha and Daniel have participated as featured artists in exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Festival Flora Spain where they won Grand prize and Singapore Garden Festival, where they won Gold Medal and Best in Show.

-Wind, Water, Earth
Natasha Lisitsa and Daniel Schultz

For more information visit


ADDRESS: 1201 N. Galvin Parkway Phoenix, AZ 85008
PHONE: 480-941-1225
TOLL-FREE: 888-314-9480
WEBSITE: Desert Botanical Garden

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