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Category: Annuals

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These beautiful flowers will take your flower pots from summer to fall

I’m not really ready to let go of summer, but like a lot of folks, I have to admit that fall may be my favorite season of all. The rich, warm colors are so inviting. Beautiful chrysanthemums loaded with blossoms. Tall, elegant ornamental grasses in their prime. There’s a lot

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If you love flowers, the 2018 CSU Flower Trials are a must!

Tagawa’s beautiful flower selections don’t just happen.  Our annuals experts want to know that the flowers we offer will perform well along the Front Range before the plants are “invited to the party.” The CSU Flower Trials are all about testing that performance.  How many flowers does a particular variety

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Want to test your gardening know-how? Define these five very basic terms.

Every field of interest has its jargon.  Work, hobbies, social media…  Gardening is no exception.  That doesn’t mean these terms aren’t helpful and important. Let’s take a look at some “garden-speak” that even entry-level gardeners should know. Understanding what’s behind these five words and concepts might just change the way

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Five Great Reasons Container Gardens May Be Purr-fect for You!

Gardens don’t have to be in the ground to be terrific.  These days, with so many people having busier lives and smaller yards (or perhaps no yards at all), gardening in containers can be a great fit! Let’s look at some of the ways that container gardening can make this

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Curious Which Annuals to Plant for Warm Days & Cool Nights? Our Experts Share Their Favorites.

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

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Which of these beautiful flowers would you pick for yourself?

Which eye-catching annuals would you choose if your garden covered an entire park and you could select from thousands of plants?  The question isn’t as far-fetched as you might think!  Wander for a few hours through the Trial Gardens at Colorado State University and you’ll see what I mean. The

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