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Get great design ideas on what trees, shrubs, grasses, vines, and perennials to grow in your landscape for indoor and outdoor container arrangements! There is no charge for this class. Details Sunday June 11 from 1 – 2pm Tagawa Garden Center 7711 S. Parker Rd., Aurora CO  80016 303-690-4722   Special Offer! While you’re at…

If you grow your own favorite salad ingredients, you might want to consider a new planting pattern this season that lets you toss the salad when you plant it. The results will yield a healthier harvest and more flavorful combo when ultimately, you toss the salad in the kitchen. Plant the same staple ingredients as…

The weather extravaganza along the Front Range has left people and plants confused over whether spring will ever arrive. When Mother Nature gets wishy-washy in the springtime, what should we expect? Fruit trees will likely not have peaches, apples or apricots this season. Crabapples: since they bloom over time, some may set fruit and survive….

Help plants get back on track Late spring snows, that occur after plants have sent up flowers or leafed out, generally leave damage or destruction in their wake. Heavy snows that cling to leaves and weigh down branches cause limbs to break, push tulips to the ground and can force petals to fall off. Shrubs…

Traditionally we give the gift of flowers, but giving planted ones means they can enjoy them all season long.  And remember that veggies and herbs are another good choice because they put garden-fresh edibles in mom’s kitchen, too. Grab and go plants If you want a quick-stop shopping trip where you can pick up seasonal…

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