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
Who doesn’t love the fresh woodsy smell of Christmas trees? Walk into Tagawa’s indoor forest of trees and you’ll find yourself flashing back to simpler times and holidays past! At Tagawa’s, we’ve started the holiday season with nearly 1500 trees that were harvested just a few weeks before they rolled
Want to get a little more life out of those big flower pots that were overflowing with blossoms not so long ago? Why not “plant” a holiday porch pot? Tagawa Gardens has a great assortment of freshly-cut greens…. and faux greens (that you’d swear were real) just waiting for you!
If you love the holidays…. and you love animals… you’re in luck! Tagawa’s is celebrating the season with some of Mother Nature’s most endearing creatures, decked out for plenty of fun and whimsy! The sweet pair above are endearing to a fault, especially for just $11 each. Take a look
What an amazingly colorful fall we’ve been having! Beautiful leaves everywhere… trees and shrubs in bright, bold yellows and rich dark reds. No wonder a lot of people say this is their favorite time of year in Colorado! But what should we do with all of those leaves once they’ve
Now is the time to pay it forward and help your lawn looks it best next season. It’s officially fall, we’ve had our first snow and our lawns are preparing to go dormant. This is the purr-fect time to act! Here’s a short list of some steps you can take
Want to grow an easy crop that will impress your friends? Grow garlic! A lot of folks in Colorado (including myself) love garlic. And fortunately for us, garlic loves Colorado! One of my favorite things about gardening is giving some of the harvest away. That’s especially true with garlic. Friends