Cultivating the Finest Plants For More Than 50 Years

There’s a Difference with Tagawa Greenhouse

Farmers, nurseries and retailers know there’s a difference working with Tagawa.

The Tagawa family and organization has been helping farmers, nurseries, and large-scale retailers achieve success from young plants for over 50 years. Purchasing agents from well known big box garden center retailers and grocery chains, along with owners from over 2,500 farms and wholesale nurseries, all trust us for sourcing their young plants.

Being a trusted advisor and supplier carries great responsibility, and we are proud to keep the promises we make to our customers. From cultivation to shipping, we are committed to ensuring your order is always seamless.

Our Clients

 

No matter what type of plant you’re looking for, Tagawa has a solution that scales for any business operation or need.

Our Products

Timeline

1967
”August

Tagawa Greenhouse Opens

Tagawa Greenhouse Opens
This is where it all started and currently produces our plug products grown from seed, and is also home to our corporate office.
1982
”August

Tagawa Garden Opens

Tagawa Garden Opens
Colorado’s leading nursery and garden center. To learn more, please visit www.tagawagardens.com.
1989
”August

Joint venture with Ball Horticulture

Joint venture with Ball Horticulture
Ball Tagawa grows young plants in its California facility.  Ball Tagawa grows young plants in its California facility.
1997
”August

Golden, CO Greenhouses Opened

Golden, CO Greenhouses Opened
Utilized as sticking and production facilities
2004
”August

Tagawa Southwest in Estancia, New Mexico Opens

Tagawa Southwest in Estancia, New Mexico Opens
Specializes in bedding plants, flowering plants, and succulents

Experience You Can Trust

Tagawa Greenhouses was born in 1967 when our grandfather, Frank Tagawa, and his 5 boys began producing vegetable transplants for their truck farming operation. During the next two decades, our young plants operation expanded by adding roses and carnations to the nursery, which grew the business significantly.

As time passed and cut flower production moved offshore, we adapted by increasing the production of plugs and liners that were sold to other greenhouses. We also focused on other aspects of the plant business, offering finished production of annual bedding, Easter lilies and poinsettias.

Today, we share the same values and goals as Grandpa “Jiichan” Frank Tagawa. At Tagawa Greenhouses, We produce annual and perennial seedlings and liners for more than 2,500 greenhouses across North America, including distribution under our InColor brand to national big box home improvement stores and grocery chains.

 

5 Decades of Growing Expertise

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