They make great holiday ornaments! It’s easy to create one of your very own! Let me show you how. Start with a big pine cone “Jeffrey” pine cones are ideal. They’re big and beautiful! We carry them at Tagawa Gardens as part of our seasonal offerings of greenery and other
Shopping for the holidays can be fun…. and affordable… at Tagawa Gardens! No matter who’s on your holiday shopping list, the purr-fect gift is just waiting at Tagawa’s. Don’t let the beautiful sparkling displays in our Gift Shop fool you! There are lots of gift choices that run around $15
Let’s cut to the chase: “vermicomposting,” which is composting in a bin with red wiggler worms, is not icky. Done properly, it is also not difficult or smelly or messy. Sure, you have to follow some basic do’s and don’ts. Don’t keep your worm bin and its contents too wet or too dry.
My dogs garden with me…. most of the time. Just recently, the newest member of the pack, Gus, (pictured below) could not contain his enthusiasm at the site of new pots of annuals coming into the yard. He dove right in. Most of the annuals survived. Because of “the crew’s”
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
“Gardens” don’t have to be big or bold or full of flowers to be eye-catching. Succulent dish gardens are proof of that. And judging by the response to the succulent gardens in Tagawa’s Houseplant Department, our guests are right in line with the growing popularity of these small but beautiful
Fresher indoor air is just a few houseplants away at Tagawa Gardens! It’s a fact that houseplants make us feel better just by looking at them. But did you know that they actually clean the air we breathe? When the weather is too cold to throw open the doors and
In my last blog, we looked at how to be your houseplants’ best friend…. specifically, in terms of watering, drainage and re-potting. High time we looked at the notion of the “right” light for houseplants. Light can dramatically affect your plants’ overall health. But how do we know what light is “right?” Too
I’ve certainly killed my fair share of houseplants. Who hasn’t? But I still refuse to accept the notion that some people just have “black thumbs,” and are beyond help. Not so! Help is waiting for you right here at Tagawa’s! You don’t have to resort to plastic to have healthy (looking) houseplants.