Enjoy the Shade: South Texas Shade Plants

Some plants thrive in the direct South Texas sun, while others like to play it cool in the shade…

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Relocating Your Fall Vegetable Garden

Do not locate your vegetable garden within six feet of hedges, shrubs or trees. Not only do these larger,…

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Organizing Your Gardening Tools

The end of summer doesn’t mean that your gardening work is over. With the plants taken care of and…

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Once plants have flowered and produced seed the plants puts all of its energy into maturing the seed and…

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Dahlia Cactus

South Texas summers mean a lot of sun, no rain and water restrictions. These conditions can be difficult on…

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High heat, little rain and strict water restrictions can make gardening difficult in Texas. South Texas gets hit especially…

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Alternatives to Lawn Grass

It is hard to believe that after having 10 inches more rain than the average in the first half…

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Small Trees to Balance the Landscape

Too often when we think about landscaping we only consider lawns and shade trees.  It is important   to balance…

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Birds of Prey at the Nursery

160624_BirstOfPreyCrowdA large audience of children and adults flocked to Milberger’s to…

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 garden-good-health-002Consider becoming a certified Master Gardener with the Guadalupe County Master…

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