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Category: Pollinators

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Thousands of great perennials you didn’t know you need, and they’re all on sale!

Question:  Where can you find thousands of vigorous right-off-the-truck perennials,  blooming or about-to-bloom, all 40% off their regular price?   Answer:  Tagawa Gardens, of course! It’s Tagawa’s 39th Anniversary Sale running Friday, August 6th through Thursday, August 19th, and you’re invited!  Perennials, including ornamental grasses, and roses are all 40% off.  Trees, shrubs, and almost

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Ten Great Plants for Four-season Color!

Want in on a secret that can make your garden look terrific?  Here it is:  plant for four-season color.  It’s all about looking at the big year ’round picture.  Don’t simply focus on what’s in bloom at any given time.  Plan before you plant so there are trees, shrubs and flowers creating

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Who wouldn’t want these great long-blooming perennials?

Perennials may not have the instant gratification of colorful annuals, but they have something more.  With basic good care, perennials come back year after year, and bloom their little hearts out. I asked some of the veterans of Tagawa’s Perennials Department to list a few of their favorite long-blooming perennials, and their

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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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Show Your Garden Some Love By Following this Spring To-Do Check List Now!

I love daffodils!  These old-fashioned in-your-face yellow flowers are my favorite.  They make me smile every time I see them.  But when it’s time to let them go, it’s time.  So here’s a spring to-do list tip that will help bring them back better than ever next year. With daffodils

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