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Tagawa Gardens Has Unique Holiday Gift Ideas that Won’t Rattle Your Budget!

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Want some unique holiday gift ideas that won’t rattle your budget?

Then bring your list to Tagawa Gardens!


There’s a reason why our slogan is “Tagawa Gardens…. Your garden store and so much more!” 

That “so much more” includes a dazzling array of gifts.  Whether the people on your list are gardeners or not, start your shopping trip at Tagawa Gardens.  Let us help you have fun and stay on budget at the same time.


Let’s begin our shopping adventure at Tagawa’s in our glittering gift shop.  Judi and Conni are the lovely ladies who choose the hundreds of items that adorn our gift shop.  They do their research and plan months ahead…. following the trends in home fashion and décor.  Judi says Nature and Wildlife are taking center stage this season.


Whimsical pillows with wide-eyed critters or bold spring flowers can’t help but bring a smile.  They’re under $50, and can add a playful touch to any room.   For some of us who garden in competition with the bunnies, these long-eared creatures would actually be a welcome addition.

If you’re looking for holiday sparkle, beautiful silver and white ornaments can make a big statement!   Mix and match shapes and sizes.  Silver has been a strong trend in holiday decorating, and continues to hold its own as a classic look.  The decorations in this display start under $10.


If someone on your list loves Fairy Gardening (or if you think they might), wander through Tagawa’s Fairy Gardening Boutique.  All the accessories they’ll need to create their own wintery fairy garden village are right at hand.  Charming figures start under $10.  Snow-covered houses and churches start at $15.


One of my personal favorite Fairy Gardening additions are the sweet baby seals and polar bears.  It’s Peace on Earth captured in tiny figures.  Just adorable, and only $10!

Tagawa’s Fairy Gardening Boutique is also brimming with tiny foliage and flowering plants that can make a fairy garden come to life!  Our Houseplant Department experts will be happy to help you choose just the right plant for the growing conditions you have in mind.



If you’re looking for something really different, how about an “air plant?”  These striking plants don’t need soil.  They thrive on bright morning light and a quick dunk under running water every week or so.  They can be displayed on tiny stands, in decorative trays or all by themselves!  Small air plants start at under $10, and make a great gift.


Succulents are the rage right now!  These water-holding plants come is a stunning variety of shapes, sizes and colors.  Tagawa’s has dozens of succulent dish gardens to choose from.  Given bright, indirect light and thorough but infrequent watering, these slow-growing plants can truly be a gift unlike any other.

Find succulent dish gardens planted in shallow pots, ceramic boots…. even in the shape of an animal.  About $40.


Tagawa Gardens Bird Feeding Department has something for every bird-lover on your list.  Choose from bulk seed (starting under $2/pound) to finely-crafted bird feeders that will last for years. You’ll find gifts that lure and accommodate tiny fliers from hummingbirds to larger jays and dozens of beautiful birds in between.


For people who take work in their yard and garden seriously, tools can be a welcome gift.  Tagawa’s Garden Supplies Department has top-rated tools, including a variety of hand tools starting at about $10.  The right tool for the job can make the work easier, faster and safer.



And if the people on your list love gift cards, you’re still in luck!  A Tagawa Gardens gift card will always bring a smile and a hug of thanks!

Why not take a break from the big malls?  Bring a sense of fun and your shopping list to Tagawa Gardens.  Let us help you shop for beautiful, useful and creative gifts that your friends and family will treasure.

Wishing you the Happiest of Holidays from all of us at Tagawa Gardens!

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Luan Akin
Luan Akin
Tagawa Gardens Outreach Ambassador

After 30 years as a news reporter for KCNC TV in Denver, Luan Akin was ready for a change. In 2008, she came to Tagawa Gardens and offered to create a brand new position: Garden Outreach Ambassador.

Luan had trained and volunteered as a Douglas County Master Gardener for ten years. In addition to her duties as a news reporter, working primarily out of the Channel 4 News helicopter, Luan also produced and presented a long-running series of stories called “Gardening Together.”

All these years later, Luan now works year ‘round, presenting a variety of gardening and nature-related topics to hundreds of children, HOA’s, gardening clubs, church groups, small businesses and other organizations.

She is an avid gardener, a beekeeper and a proud mom to four dogs who have trained her well.


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