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Principles of Xeriscape 7: Maintenance – with Craig Miller

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Maintaining the landscape is key, even in a xeriscape. Pruning, occasional weeding and pest management, checking watering systems, and adjusting automatic irrigation systems as the seasons change will be needed. Learn what you need to know to maintain your xeriscape properly!

Basics of Bonsai – with Rich Katz

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Join Rich Katz, a board member of the Rocky Mountian Bonsai Society, to learn the basics of starting a bonsai, caring for them, bonsai horticulture, suitable trees for bonsai, styles of bonsai, tips on how to grow successfully in our high plain desert climate, and more. You’ll leave with more confidence and knowledge on how […]

Succulents 101 – with Luan Akin

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Growing succulents indoors isn't just a fad!  It's become a fascinating and firmly-rooted way to re-imagine what your indoor garden can look like!  Join Tagawa's Garden Ambassador Luan Akin to learn the basics of how to succeed with these amazing plants.

Streptocarpus Sale – with Rocky Mountain Streptocarpus Society

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Discover beautiful flowering streptocarpus and other unique gesneriads brought to you by the passionate hobbyists who grow them best! Our friends from the Rocky Mountain Streptocarpus Society will share with you all you need to know for success. These collector plants run out the door quickly, so be sure to come early for the best […]

Peppers and Tomatoes: A Grower’s Guide to Bountiful Harvests

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Our most cherished crops can also be our most challenging to succeed with.  This class will give you all the tools, tips, and tricks to grow delicious tomatoes and peppers in our front-range climate.

Emerald Ash Borer – with Lisa Mason

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

The Emerald Ash Borer is on the move in Colorado, and our Ash Trees are in their sights.  Learn the facts about this insect and how we can best prepare for their arrival.    Lisa Mason works for the CSU extension office in Arapahoe County as the Horticulture agent and provides science-based education to adults, […]

Lil’ Buds – with Tom L

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Lil' Buds Book Club is our Pre-K program that explores the joys of nature and gardening by blending seasonal stories, hands-on crafts, imaginative play, music, and more. Join Mr. Tom and Ms. Karen for a uniquely fun take on story time that will delight you and your Lil' Buds. Recommend for Ages 3-5.

Converting to Drip Irrigation – with Kyle Nelson

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Join Kyle Nelson from Nelson Irrigation to learn how to convert your irrigation system to drip.  Drip irrigation offers many benefits when it comes to conserving water and efficiently getting it to where it’s most needed.

Basics of Foraging – with Orion Aon of Forage Colorado

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

An introduction to the wild world of foraging! This class will offer everything you need to know to get started with foraging. We will cover how to forage safely, where to forage, the best seasons, tools and equipment, some beginner-friendly wild plants and mushrooms, and more!   Orion Aon is the owner of Forage Colorado […]

Migration Journey: Birds on the Move – with Curt Frankenfeld

Tagawa Gardens 7711 S. Parker Road, Centennial, CO, United States

Join Audubon Master Birder and Board President Curt Frankenfeld to explore the upcoming seasonal migration!  Spring comes alive throughout the Front Range as wildflowers bloom and migrating songbirds head Northwards to take advantage of seasonal food choices, thawing waters, and ideal nesting conditions.  Learn to identify some of our most anticipated spring migrants through field […]