Experience Tagawa Gardens

Four reasons this nursery shines

Tagawa Flowers
Jenifer Harrington

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Where to go for:

LOW-WATER PLANTS 
Harlequin’s Gardens Display gardens feature mature perennials, groundcovers, shrubs, and herbs that thrive in dry landscapes. Scheduled to reopen in early Apr; 4795 N. 26th St., Boulder; harlequinsgardens.com 

OWN-ROOT ROSES
High Country Roses at Split Mountain Garden Center. Find more than 250 varieties of roses on their own roots, the hardiest choice for the Rockies. 9122 E. U.S. 40, Jensen, UT; highcountryroses.com

ROCK-GARDEN PLANTS
Paulino Gardens Discover unusual colors and varieties of springblooming phloxes, including sand-loving Phlox bifida, pink-andwhite ‘Candy Stripe’ moss phlox, creeping phloxes, and baby pink Phlox douglasii ‘Rose Cushion’. 6300 N. Broadway, Denver; paulinogardens.com

ROCKY MOUNTAIN PERENNIALS
Nick’s Garden Center & Farm Market Carries hundreds of varieties of perennials in quartsize or smaller containers. 2001 S. Chambers Rd., Aurora, CO; nicksgardencenter.com

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