At Tagawa Gardens, we always seek to be aware of how our actions affect our earth, our ecosystems, our environment, and each other. With our commitment to sustainable practices, you […]
Did you know that one honeybee produces 1/12 a teaspoon of honey in her lifetime? Unlike solitary native bees, honeybees are social insects that live together in hives, working together […]
To welcome the butterflies, first welcome the caterpillars! Through the process of metamorphosis, the caterpillar devouring your dill and parsley today may become the luminous swallowtail butterfly flitting through your […]
The more habitat we create in our garden for birds, the healthier our gardens will be – and the happier we will feel watching the birds’ feathered antics. Even in […]
While we work hard to create beautiful gardens that support pollinators, birds, and wildlife, all of us live with garden challenges that need specific solutions. From Japanese Beetles to neighborhood […]
A gardener’s guide to deterring voles from your landscape.
Mitigating the damage of a formidable garden pest.
A list of trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants that are either resistant or vulnerable to Japanese Beetles.
A guide to plants that attract bees, butterflies, and more to your garden.
A guide to plants less likely to be browsed by deer and rabbits.