Plants That Invite Pollinators to Party in Your Yard!
The stars have aligned to make this a perfect time to invite pollinators into our perennial gardens. June is National Perennial Gardening month! On top of that, the last full […]
Thousands of great perennials you didn’t know you need!
Question: Where can you find thousands of vigorous right-off-the-truck perennials, blooming or about-to-bloom? Answer: Tagawa Gardens, of course! With so many plants, where in the world should I start? How about with one […]
Tagawa’s Garden Coaches on the Beauty of Planting Perennials in Small Pots
Would you believe that the dozen or so plants pictured above are all in pots no bigger than four inches across, and maybe a bit smaller? And at Tagawa’s, none […]
Some of the Tagawa Crew’s Favorite Spring-planted Bulbs
We all get itchy to start planting this time of year. Bright smiling pansies and ornamental cabbage are a welcome sight, to be sure. But don’t stop there! Tagawa’s has […]
Grow a Victory Garden and Grow Peace of Mind
The term “Victory Garden” has been in the news lately. It pays homage to a time when our elders rolled up their sleeves and grew enough fruits and vegetables to […]
Love Colorado’s Native Bees and They’ll Love You Back!
One of my favorite things about gardening in my back yard is listening to the buzz of the bees as they come and go from the flowers or the bird […]
Who wouldn’t want these great long-blooming perennials?
Perennials may not have the instant gratification of colorful annuals, but they have something more. With basic good care, perennials come back year after year, and bloom their little hearts […]
Flowers that help the hummingbirds feel right at home!
Hummingbirds are amazing little animals! These “flying jewels” are always welcome visitors in our Front Range gardens. The “gee whiz” facts about these tiny creatures are impressive. They can fly […]
Learn How to Protect Your Garden from Insect Villains and Attract Insect Heroes!
As we plan for our summer garden, we should also think about the insects that may be gardening with us… both the “good” bugs and the “bad” bugs. Perhaps the […]
Plants pollinators can’t resist in your Colorado garden
Gardening for pollinators is a bit like good relations in our own families: feed them, and they will come. And since June is National Perennial Gardening month, this seemed like […]