Want something easy to grow that will impress your friends? Then grow garlic! A lot of folks in Colorado (including myself) love garlic. And fortunately for us, garlic loves Colorado! One of my favorite parts about gardening is giving things away. That’s especially true with garlic. Friends and family enjoy
Happening NOW at Tagawa: Annuals 25% OFF While Supplies Last Are your flower pots telling you it’s been a long, hot summer? Maybe it’s time for a facelift! Container gardens don’t have an easy life. We ask them to run a summer-long marathon of growing and blooming and looking gorgeous.
Happening NOW at Tagawa: Annuals, Trees, and Shrubs 25% OFF Perennials 50% OFF While Supplies Last Japanese beetles are the topic of conversation for our Tagawa Garden Advisors at Dick’s Corner. They’re busy these days, trying to help many of our guests diagnose why dozens of different plants in their
Happening NOW at Tagawa: Annuals, Trees and Shrubs 25% OFF Perennials 50% OFF While Supplies Last Take a sneak peek at some of the new and improved flowers Tagawa Gardens may have next spring! Thousands of bright, beautiful flowers seem to appear magically in our Annuals Department every spring. But
Need some great ideas for late-summer planting? Why not expand your landscape and save money at the same time! Can it really be August? Argh! I’m still planting! Fact is, you should be, too! Sure it’s hot, but if you plant in the cool of the morning or evening, and
Don’t Miss Your Coupon for $5 OFF One Purchase of Fresh Produce or Food Items! at the End of this Article Is there anything I can do? Yes…. and no. No one ever said that growing tomatoes on Colorado’s Front Range is easy, but it sure can be worth it.
Don’t Miss Your Coupon for a FREE Moisture Meter! at the End of this Article Want to get the most bang out of your gardening buck? Then give your plants some simple mid-summer love! With a little luck, our flowers and veggie gardens are coming into their own as we approach
It’s a classic color combination that shouts “look at me!” And making that statement with beautiful flowers is a great way to add some patriotic pizzazz to any porch, deck or patio. Now that the first big push of early-season planting is over, this is a great time to let
How do you think about the bugs in your yard? Do see them as either “good” bugs, ready to help pollinate your plants or as “bad” bugs, out to destroy your garden? Fact is, most of them are neither one. More than 90% of the bugs in the average landscape
Herbs love Colorado, and there are plenty of good reasons why more people should be growing them here. If we meet their basic needs, dozens of different herbs can thrive in Colorado and pay us back with wonderful flavors that enhance our meals and make our world smell sweet and