The Colorado Rockies have debuted a garden at their Coors Field home ballpark, reports  CBS Denver. The 600-sq.ft. Coors Field Garden, located in the north corner of the facility, was planted by staffers of ballpark concessionnaire Aramark and Colorado State University students and includes organically grown herbs and vegetables such as tomatoes, peppers, beans, parsley, thyme and rosemary. They will be sold at the Mountain Ranch Club inside the stadium.
Coors Field Debuts Ballpark Garden
The Colorado Rockies and Aramark have debuted a 600-sq.ft. vegetable and herb garden at the Rockies' Coors Field home ballpark.