Paradigm Shift: Sensible Solutions for Our Colorado Climate
I’ve always thought of gardening as an adventure… a chance to try new things from one season to the next. On the lighter side of changing things up in the […]
Principles of Xeriscape 5 & 6: Irrigation & Mulch – with Craig Miller
Irrigation is necessary in a xeric landscape, at least during the first few years while the plants’ root systems are developing. Critical to making efficient use of that water is […]
How to green up your fall clean-up!
There was a time when “fall clean-up” meant getting out the loppers and hedge trimmers and taking almost everything in our gardens down to the ground. It was about leveling […]
8 Things Every Colorado Gardener Should Know
A good thing to know #1: You’re in Colorado! Much of Colorado gets around ten to 12 inches of moisture every year. That makes us a “high desert,” and we […]
Should you choose a real Christmas tree or an artificial one? The answer is easy!
It’s almost worth having the sniffles this time of year knowing I can walk through Tagawa’s all-indoor forest of fresh Christmas trees and breathe in the head-clearing vapors of pine and fir. […]
Learn How to Beat the Colorado Heat and Make Your Watering Count!
As the weather heats up… and stays hot… we need to think about water. Two points in particular. First: the Front Range of Colorado averages about 17″ of moisture a […]