Are our summer heatwave and the smoke from the forest fires in the Pacific Northwest prompting you to spend a little less time outdoors this summer? That’s my excuse for not keeping as close an eye on my yard and garden as I usually do. So now, I’m playing catch-up
Hanging baskets overflowing with flowers just seem to be getting more and more popular every season. And no wonder! Colorful annuals spilling down like fountains make a perfect statement: healthy, vigorous plants that just can’t help themselves! BOGO Baskets at Tagawa’s are a tradition! For years now, Tagawa’s has welcomed
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.