AD LIST FOR OCTOBER 1, 2014

PRICES GOOD THROUGH MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2014

Fall is for Planting
COOLER NIGHT TIME TEMPERATURES
 AND BETTER RAIN CHANCES PROMOTES FASTER ROOT GROWTH.

Stop by the nursery to see our many unique home
 and yard decorating ideas for fall
in our Halloween BOO-TIQUE. It’s almost here! 
MILBERGER’S FAMOUS
PUNPKIN PATCH and AMAZING MONSTER MAZE.

 

FALL GARDEN MUMS
Classic fall blooming perennials.
 Flowers available in a variety of shapes and colors
 They make a dazzling fall display.
6” pot regularly  $3.99      Sale $2.88 or 10 for $25.00



OUR BEST SELECTION OF 

FOUNDATION & LANDSCAPE PLANTS        SAVE 50%
This is an ideal time to plant!
Choose from Japanese Boxwood, Dwarf Yaupon Holly, Wax-leaf Ligustrum, Red-tip Photinia, Dwarf Burford Holly, Variegated Privet and Loropetalum.
3 gallon regularly $19.99          Sale $9.88

PERENNIALS     SAVE 40%
Now is the ideal time to plant!
All your favorite heat and drought tolerant varieties,
including lantana, salvias, Plumbago,
Mexican petunia, firebush and more.
1 gallon regularly $5.99        Sale $3.58

BIG TOOTH MAPLE                 SAVE $60
A hard to find beautiful Texas native.
One of the few maples that will thrive in our alkaline soils.
 Get ready for a spectacular fall display.
16” box [15 gallon equivalent] regularly $159.99    on sale $99.88

 

BRING YOUR LAWN BACK TO LIFE.
LADY BUG BRAND
REVITALIZER COMPOST
 
LAWN TOP DRESSING
Help your lawn recover from this summer’s heat and drought.
 Adding rich organic material enhances your lawn’s ability
 to produce strong roots, distribute moisture and utilize fertility.
1.5 cu. ft. bag covers 72 sq. ft. regularly $9.99     Sale $7.88

 

MILBERGER’S WINTERIZER LAWN FERTILIZER
Prepare your lawn for winter and get quicker greening in the spring.
The most important feeding of the year.  18-6-12 analysis
40lb. bag covers 7200 sq. ft. regularly $29.99        Sale $19.88

 LET CPS ENERGY PAY YOU $50 TO PLANT A TREE. 

FLORATAM FRIDAY  
FLORATAM ST. AUGUSTINE
Available by the piece every Friday. 
Weather permitting.  16”x24” piece   Only $1.29
Raleigh St. Augustine available every day. Only $1.19ea.

 


Remember to ask for your
MILBERGER’S FREQUENT BUYERS CARD.

Ten visits to the nursery
and one purchase per visit
and your Frequent Buyer Card becomes a
$50.00 Gift Certificate



Milberger's is a certified WaterGardenExcellence retailer and we can provide you with the expert advice you need to install or maintain the water features in your landscape. We can provide you with complete pond kits, aquatic plants, koi and all the materials you may need to be a sucessful water gardener.
FOR MORE ON WATER GARDENS CLICK HERE

 

What's Blooming Now?


  • CPS Energy Plant-A-Tree Rebate

    Plant a Tree. Save Energy. Save Money. Receive a $50 rebate per tree when you buy trees and plant them to save on your energy bill.
  • Milberger's Halloween Weekend

    Sat & Sun Oct 25 & 26. Run through or Monster Maze, ride our Terror Train, get some great pictures in our Pumpkin Patch. Free food (Sat only), Free drinks, Free trick or treat goodie bags for the kids.
  • Scarier Than Ever

    Watch out! It's coming! .Milbergers's Boo-tique and Monster Maze. Kids of all ages can ruin through our maze or take memorable photos in our Pumpkin Patch and ride the famous Terror Train.

October Gardening Events

Wed., Oct 1 at 10am
KSAT 12’s Meteorologist, Katie Vossler shares her weather-news experiences and explore the controversy over today's "hot" weather topics: global warming, climate change, extreme drought, etc. Presented by San Antonio Garden Center Clubs at  3310 N. New Braunfels @ Funston.  Join us for coffee at 9:30; meetings are free and open to the public. San Antonio Garden Center  (210) 824-9981.

Every Wednesday:
Wed., Oct 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 - 10am 'til 2:30pm
Guadalupe County Master Gardeners Class. : Learn practical gardening techniques and values from faculty and staff of Texas A&M University and Texas AgriLife Extension, as well as from Certified Master Gardener Specialists.  The cost is $190. Cindy Waechter, 830-624-1114 cindy.waecher@gmail.com 

Sat., Oct 4 – 8:30am to Noon
Texas Water Star Program Earth-Kind® Landscape School, Third of a Four-Part Series for Homeowners, for homeowners in the Alamo area interested in learning the best practices for home landscaping and gardening.  3.5 CEUs per session for Master Gardeners.  Registration fee:  $60 for all four Saturday sessions or $100 For a Couple (same household) or $20 per session; RSVP and registration & fee due Aug 27. at Texas A&M AgriLife Ext Svc, 3355 Cherry Ridge, Suite 208, San Antonio, TX 78230 Contact Angel Torres, (210) 467-6575, or matorres@ag.tamu.edu.

Thur., Oct. 16 at 6:30pm
Food Forests: Perennial Forest Gardening presented by Kirby Fry of Southern Exposure Permaculture hosted by Guadalupe Master Gardeners at the Justice Center, 211 Court Street, Seguin. Free and open to the public.830-303-3889 or www,guadalupecountymastergardeners.org . 

Thur., Oct. 16 at 6:30pm
Drying and Arranging Herbs for the Holidays with  Mary Dunford, owner of Nature’s Herb Farm and co-founder of the SA Herb Society at the San Antonio Garden Center, 3310 N. New Braunfels. Free and open to the public.  210-826-6860 or mbelisle@satx.rr.com.

Sat., Oct 18—10am ‘til 2pm
Milberger’s Blood Drive. An opportunity to give the gift of life. As a thank you each donor will receive a $10 Milberger Gift Certificate. In addition all presenting donors will receive a gift from South Texas Blood and Tissue Center. 210-497-3760. 

Sat., Oct 18 – 10:30am ‘til Noon
Winter Color, Free Earth-Kind Education Seminar conducted by David Rodriguez, Horticulturist with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. David will show you how to correctly select, properly plant and efficiently maintain blooms for winter color. Bring plenty of questions and a notebook. Milberger’s Landscape Nursery, (210) 497-3760 

Sat., Oct 18 – 8:30am to Noon
Texas Water Star Program Earth-Kind® Landscape School, Last of a Four-Part Series for Homeowners that targets new homeowners in the Alamo area interested in learning the best practices for home landscaping and gardening.  3.5 CEUs per session for Master Gardeners.  Registration fee:  $60 for all four Saturday sessions or $100 For a Couple (same household) or $20 per session; RSVP and registration & fee due Aug 27. At Texas A&M AgriLife Ext Svc, 3355 Cherry Ridge, Suite 208, San Antonio, TX 78230 Contact Angel Torres, (210) 467-6575, or matorres@ag.tamu.edu.

Tues, Oct 21 – 6:30pm
Home Aquaponics.  Join David Rodriguez when he introduces Steven Sumrow from Aquaponic Systems USA.  During this two-hour presentation, you will learn how to create your own Home Aquaponics to grow plants and vegetables in a water environment along with aquatic fish.   (2 CEUs for Master Gardeners and Interns.) Texas A&M AgriLife Ext Svc, 3355 Cherry Ridge, San Antonio.   Fee:  $10.  Part of the Backyard Gardening Series.  RSVP to Angel Torres at 210 467-6575or matorres@ag.tamu.edu

Sat., Oct, 25 — 10:a, ‘til Noon
Pumpkin Decorating at Milbergr’s Kids Gardening Class. Hands-on, fun-in-the-garden workshop  for children 5 to 10. Free but call to reserve a spot because class size is limited. 210-497-3760.

Tues., Oct 28 --   7:00 program start
Native Plant Society of Texas, San Antonio Chapter Monthly Chapter monthly meeting. Check web site for program details.http://sanantoniochapter.wordpress.com. Everyone is welcome. Lions Field Adult Center, 2809 Broadway.  npsot.sanantonio@gmail.com.