Year-round gardening tips for every season
Tagawa’s Garden Ambassador interviews rose guru Tom about how to get rose bushes ready for the winter, including step by step how to use a rose collar.
Learn tops tips for pruning roses effectively.
Floribundas are a wonderful choice for anyone new to growing garden roses. Offering a spectacular variety of colors, these roses bloom profusely in bold clusters. They require deep watering and […]
Shrub roses, particularly Canadian or old garden (species) shrub roses, are known for their hardiness, disease-resistance, and resilience in poor soils. Shrub roses require less maintenance and stand up to […]
Hybrid teas are crown jewels of the garden. These iconic roses require more moisture, wind protection, and rigorous pruning than other roses, but hybrid teas reward with stunningly large blooms, […]
Hardiness: Choose roses that will thrive in your area! Hardier rose varieties for Colorado tend to be shrub roses, climbing roses, and species/old garden roses Location: Most roses do well […]
St. Patrick’s Day: As weather permits, begin removing two inches of winter mound material from your rose bushes every few days. April Fool’s Day: If spring comes early, rose bushes […]
Understanding your specific rose variety and grouping it with other roses, perennials, and shrubs that have similar needs will help you maximize water. Roses don’t like to have their leaves […]
Our Rose Team gives exceptional care to our roses as they grow in our greenhouse. When you take your beautiful new roses home, the most important step is to acclimate […]