GOLD STAR ESPERANZA
 [TEXAS YELLOW BELLS]
Heat loving semi-evergreen shrub with golden-yellow,
bell-shaped flowers spring through fall.
12” pot regularly $24.99            Sale $14.88




DURANTA           [BRAZILIAN SKY FLOWER]
Rapid growing dense shrub with a profusion of pendulous flowers with colors varying from light blue to purple. Blooms all summer producing yellow berries in fall.
12” pot regularly $24.99        Sale $14.88


TEXAS SAGE       [CENIZO]
Beautiful silvery or green foliage and compact growth producing masses of lavender flowers when, as lengend has it, it’s going to rain.
Extremely heat and drought tolerant and deer resistant.
3 gallon regularly $24.99        Sale $14.88

 

MEXICAN BIRD OF PARADISE
      [PRIDE OF BARBADOS]
Tropical looking tree with electric-orange blooms.
 Extremely heat and drought tolerant once established.
3 gallon regularly $24.99           Sale $14.88




BOUGAINVILLEA HANGING BASKETS

Spectacular blooming 10” hanging baskets available all month.
Save 25% every day on these sun and heat loving colorful hanging baskets.                              Sale $14.88

 


THE BEST OF ‘TEXAS SUPER STARS’ 
        

WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A TEXAS SUPER STAR?

It isn’t easy. Only the toughest and best looking plants make the cut. Every plant earning this designation undergoes several years of extreme field trials by Texas AgriLife Research and the Texas AgriLife Extension Service, both part of the Texas  A&M system



FALL TOMATOES

 

August is the month for planting your fall tomatoes. We have the varieties recommended by our county agent and Dr. Jerry Parsons, including Valley Cat, Tycoon, Tigress and more. 

READY FOR FALL VEGETABLE GARDENING?

 This week Milberger’s Nursery is fully stocked with fall tomato transplants in every size from 4”pot, quarts and gallon containers. All varieties recommended by David Rodriguez, [Bexar County Agent] and Dr. Jerry Parsons plus heirlooms. 

The ideal time to plant according to the experts is now thru the end of August.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MILBERGER'S FALL PLANTING GUIDE page 1
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD MILBERGER'S FALL PLANTING GUIDE page 2

 

 

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?


  • Help Wanted

    Milberger’s Nursery is looking for some enthusiastic and friendly people to become a part of our team as cashiers, full and part time, and carryouts. We have immediate openings for someone who wants to be a part of our great team. Must be able to work on Saturdays or Sundays and pass a drug screening test. If this interests you, stop by the nursery to apply in person.
  • THIS WEEK – WE’VE GOT YOUR TOMATOES

    This is the time to get your fall tomato transplants in the ground and Milberger’s is fully stocked with the varieties that will thrive in South Texas’ fall growing season.
  • Fall Vegetable Gardening

    Free Earth-Kind Seminar with David Rodriguez at Milberger’s Nursery, Sat., Aug 23rd from 10:30am ‘til Noon.

 

August
Gardening Events

Sat., Aug. 23 – 10:30am ‘til Noon
Fall Vegetable Gardening: FREE Earth-Kind Educational Seminar presented by David Rodriguez, Extension Horticulturist for Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service. Seminar and demonstration will cover Fall Vegetable Gardening, including how and what to plant for a successful and bountiful fall and winter garden. At Milberger’s Nursery. Free and open to the public. (210) 497-3760.

Sat., Aug 30 — 10:a, ‘til Noon
Kids Gardening Class at Milberger’s
Fall Vegetable Gardening for kids. Same as adult class but geared for small hands with some fun take home activities.Hands-on, fun-in-the-garden workshop designed for children 5 to 10. Free but call to reserve a spot because class size is limited. 210-497-3760

September
Gardening Events

Tues., Sept 2 – 6:30pm to 8:30pm
The Colorization of Texas Bluebonnets––Backyard Gardening Series with  Dr Jerry Parsons: Classifying of the Texas Bluebonnet; History of the Alamo and the Pink Bluebonnet; Efforts from Carol Abbott and John Thomas; Seeds vs. Transplants; Collection of Seeds; and Maintaining Strand of Future Bluebonnets.  2 CEUs.  At Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service, 3355 Cherry Ridge Suite 208, San Antonio, TX.  Cost is $10.  RSVP to Angel Torres, at 210-467-6575 ormatorres@ag.tamu.edu.

Every Wednesday:
Wed., Sept 3, 10, 17, & 24 - 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., Sept 6 – 8:30am to 3pm
Fall Youth Gardens Educator’s Training   This program is designed for teachers, educators, and volunteers in support of Youth Gardening in the classroom and community. Participants will learn how to begin a youth garden. Breakout sessions will be conducted to aid educators in enhancing their garden and curriculum. Training and lunch is provided at no cost to participants. Education Service Center Region 20, 1314 Hines, San Antonio, TX 78208 (5 CEUs for Master Gardeners and Interns.)  For more information, Ruby Zavala, Youth Gardens Coordinator, at (210) 467-6575 or ruby.zavala@ag.tamu.edu

 Sat., Sept 6 – 8:30am to Noon
Texas Water Star Program Earth-Kind® Landscape School, First of a Four-Part Series for Homeowners, will be held at Texas A&M AgriLife Ext Svc, 3355 Cherry Ridge, Suite 208, San Antonio, TX 78230 on four Saturdays from 8:30am to Noon. This four-part workshop that will target 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.  Contact Angel Torres, (210) 467-6575, or matorres@ag.tamu.edu.

Thurs., Sept.11 – 6:30pm
Creating Spice Blends with Mike Bolner of Bolner’s Fiesta Spices at the San Antonio Herb Society. What you should know about herbs and spices, and the process of getting herbs and spices from the plants to the consumers. San Antonio Garden Center, 3310 N. New Braunfels.  Free and open to the public.  (210-826-6860 or mbelisle@satx.rr.com)

Sat., Sept. 13 – 9am ‘til Noon
Propagation of Plants seminar presented by Kathy Carroll, Propagation Specialist for the Master garden Program. Hosted by The Guadalupe County Master Gardeners. Bring some of your own plant to work on. at the Guadalupe County Community Garden at 1101 Elbel Street  (behind the Guadalupe County Office Building), Schertz, Texas. $10 fee.  210-833-1428 or davelder@hotmail.com

 Sat., Sept. 13 – 10:30am ‘til Noon
Fall is for Planting: FREE Earth-Kind Educational Seminar presented by David Rodriguez, Extension Horticulturist for Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service.  At Milberger’s Nursery. Free and open to the public. (210) 497-3760.

Tues., Sept 23 --   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.

Sat., Sept 20 – 8:30am to Noon
Texas Water Star Program Earth-Kind® Landscape School, Second of a Four-Part Series for Homeowners will target 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.  Held 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.

Sat., Sept, 27 — 10:a, ‘til Noon
Kids Gardening Class at Milberger’s. Hands-on, fun-in-the-garden workshop designed for children 5 to 10. Free but call to reserve a spot because class size is limited. 210-497-3760