We advertise seasonally in the following places:
9NEWS KUSA-TV, KRMA-TV PBS, KOSI-FM, KEZW-AM1430 the Garden Pros radio show, The Denver Post, Colorado Gardener, Zone 4 Magazine, Denver Life magazine, Clipper Magazine in Parker, Search Parker, Search South Aurora, Money Mailer,
Tagawa Gardens sponsors an important 30 second message about gardening during drought on KRMA TV PBS (Channel 6):
Tagawa's KRMA-TV ad. This ad will also appear on KWGN-TV, Channel 2.
Tagawa Gardens is proud and honored to sponsor 9NEWS's Garden Expert Rob Proctor's Garden Tips!
Here are Rob's 30 second Tips for 2013:
Rob Proctor’s Vegetable Gardening Tip
Rob Proctor’s Summer Heat in the Garden
Rob Proctor’s Shade Gardening
Rob Proctor’s Perennial Gardening
Rob Proctor’s Nature’s Yield Compost
Rob Proctor’s Hardy Boy Cool Cat/Make it a Masterpiece
Rob Proctor's Container Gardening
Advertising offers with other merchants:
In Fall and Winter 2012, we are doing a fun promotion with local frozen yogurt stores! Kids can bring in their empty, rinsed yogurt cup for a free plant! ($2.99 value, petunias or pansies as available)
Local stores participating:
Zookie's Frozen Yogurt 700 S. Buckley Road (Aurora) 720 535-1613
Yo Craze Frozen Yogurt 18801 E. Hampden Avenue #174 (Aurora) 303 699-9644
1180 S. Buckley Road (Aurora) 303 745-9655
Fro Yo Spot 17200 E. Iliff Avenue A-2 (Aurora) 303 750-4343
16524 Keystone Blvd. (Parker) 303 975-6981
Swirls Frozen Yogurt 19751 E. Main Street R-4 (Parker) 720 583-0356
Once you get your plant, here is how to take care of it!
How to Care for Your Plant in Your Yogurt Cup:
1. Water the plant gently when you arrive home, about ½ cup should be sufficient. Remove the pack of plants from the cup, hold it over a sink or other safe place where water can drain. Pour water over the soil in the pack (not over the plant) until the soil is wet and water drains out the holes in the bottom of the pack. Let drain. Then set the pack back in the cup. There is not a drainage hole in the bottom of the cup. Plants always need drainage as they don’t like wet feet!
2. Place the plant near a sunny window and enjoy indoors for a few days. Water about ½ cup water if top of soil feels dry.
3. Plant your plant outdoors in a container garden where it can join its friends, or in the garden. Water well! Questions? Contact our Annuals Dept at 303-690-4722 ext 136!