It’s time to plant veggies! If you’re new to starting a vegetable garden… or just want some helpful reminders on some basic do’s and don’ts, you’ve come to the right place. I asked for help from Trish. She’s one of Tagawa’s top veggie advisors and a long-time veggie gardener herself.
Anticipating something fun and special down the road can be a lovely thing. Take gardening, for example. Just anticipating the way your garden will look this season, and some of the beautiful flowers you might be planting are something to be savored. I tagged along recently as members of Tagawa’s Annuals Department
Are you craving some color in your garden? A burst of something to let you know that spring is really here? You’re not alone! The folks in Tagawa’s Annuals Department are right there with you! With more cold weather still to come, I wanted to ask some of our Annuals
Most of us would agree that orchids are amazing plants, with flowers that are stunning and other-worldly. They can take our imagination to exotic far-away places. With a little help from Tagawa Gardens, orchids aren’t all that hard to take care of. If you need one more reason to grow orchids, just
Tagawa Gardens Grey Kitty Lawn Care Program takes the guesswork out of spring lawncare! If you struggle to have a healthy green lawn, you’re in luck! All you need to do is stop by Dick’s Corner at Tagawa’s and pick up a copy of our Grey Kitty Lawn Care Program.
Pruning can be intimidating, especially for newbie gardeners. While now is a great time to prune certain plants, it’s very much the wrong time to prune others. So let’s take a look at some of the do’s and don’ts of pruning and cutting back plants this time of year. If
Few plants in the garden appeal to more of our senses than herbs. Smell, taste… even touch… herbs have something for everyone. Whether you’re a veteran gardener or a newbie (but especially if you’re a newbie!), growing at least a few herbs should be on your “to do” list. With
As we plan for our summer garden, we should also think about the insects that may be gardening with us… both the “good” bugs and the “bad” bugs. Perhaps the baddest of the bad lately is the Japanese beetle. A lot of insect pests run in cycles…. heavier some seasons….
Craig Miller can’t say enough good things about Xeriscape. He really can’t! Get him talking about the benefits of planning, planting and maintaining a drought-tolerant landscape, and you’ll have a hard time getting him to stop. At Tagawa’s, we don’t want him to stop! That’s why he’s about to begin
If you value your landscape, listen up! It’s time to grab the buckets and hoses! You’ve heard me talk about the importance of winter watering. But if you’ve tuned out those warnings before, I’d urge you to listen now! In the past week alone, the warm and windy weather has