On Sale This Week

AD LIST FOR APRIL 16th , 2014
PRICES GOOD THROUGH MONDAY, APRIL 21st  ​

Milberger's Landscape Nursery wishes you and your family a happy and safe Easter Holiday.
CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY
To celebrate with family and friends.

This Saturday, April 19th at 10:30am plan to attend our
Earth-Kind Seminar
 PRESENTED BY BEXAR COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENT, DAVID RODRIGUEZ.
David will answer all your questions regarding LAWNS AND TURF GRASS
Selection, care and culture.

 

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HERBS
Rewarding, easy and fun to grow.
Used for culinary, medicinal and decorative purposes.
Over thirty varieties to choose from including basil, oregano,
 rosemary, thyme, cilantro, sage, lavender and more.
4” pot regularly $2.29      Sale $1.58


HANGING BASKETS OF IMPATIENS

Full of blooms in every color of the rainbow.
Great for shady areas.
10” baskets bursting with color regularly $14.99    Sale $8.88


PETUNIAS

Masses of flowers almost completely cover the plants.
Choose red, white, pink, blue and purple.
4” pot regularly $1.29            Sale.88


 MEXICAN HEATHER [CUPHEA]
Rapid growing tender perennial with
green lacy foliage and violet blooms.
Plant in masses in full or partial sun.
1 gallon regularly $5.99      Sale $3.88
 






 TEXAS SUPER STAR ROSE SPECIAL
BELINDA’S DREAM, GRANDMA’S YELLOW, KNOCKOUT AND DOUBLE KNOCKOUT ROSES.
A group of perhaps the most adaptable roses for South Texas
. Used for accent, borders rose gardens and hedges.
2 gallon regularly $19.99           Sale $14.88

 

LADY BUGS ALL PURPOSE ORGANIC FERTILIZER       * * *  SAVE $10   * * *
Excellent organic fertilizer for lawns, vegetables, flower gardens, trees,
shrubs and most any other garden situation.
Will not burn and is ideal for follow-up feedings.
Balanced 8-2-4 analysis 25lb. bag          Sale $19.88

 

NEXT KIDS’ GARDENING CLASS, SATURDAY APRIL 26TH.
 Learn about our OUR BEAUTIFUL BUTTERFLIES: their habits and their exciting life cycles.
It's free and it's fun. Call to reserve your child's spot today.

Milberger's Top Tomato Contest

Bring your finest homegrown tomatoes and/or a bowl filled with your best garden vegetables to Milberger’s Nursery before noon on June 7th and the fruits of your garden may be selected a winner in one of five categories:
Cherry and smaller tomatoes                 Regular Tomatoes
Biggest Tomato (based on weight)        Best of Show Grand Champion
Best Salad Bowl

Every entrant will receive a free $10 gift certificate redeemable at Milbergers on the day of the contest only.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD COMPLE CONTEST RULES AND INFORMNATION


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 .98ea.

 


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?


  • Our Beautiful Butterflies

    Milberger's Kids Gardening Class on Sat., Apr 26 -- 10am 'til Noon. It's free and fun but call to reserve your child's spot. 210-497-3760.
  • Grass Choices and Maintenance for Your Lawn

    Free Earth-Kind Seminar with David Rodriguez at Milberger’s Nursery, Sat., Apr 19 from 10:30am ‘til Noon.
  • CPS Energy Plant-A-Tree Rebates ends April 30!

    Last chance to 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. But the program ends on April 30.
  • Gardening Night School

    Learn the basics of watersaver gardening and landscaping at GVST’s Night School. Eight topics in four weeks in April.

April Gardening Events

 

Sat., Apr. 19 – 10:30am ‘til Noon
Grass Choices and Maintenance for your Lawn: 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.

Sat., Apr. 19 – 10:30am ‘til Noon
Spring Rose Show. SA Garden Center

Tues., Apr 22 --   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 .

Tues., Apr. 22 – 6pm to 8:30pm
Gardening Night School: Watersaver series: Irrigating Square Foot Gardens with Ron Csehil, Certified Irrigation Efficiency Specialist and Growing Vegetables in San Antonio with Dr. Jerry Parsons, celebrity horticulturalist. Presented by the Gardening Volunteers of South Texas at San Antonio Garden Center.  $15/per class. $40 for all 4 Classes 3310 N. New Braunfels next to San Antonio Botanical Gardens. 210-251-8101  info@gardeningvolunteers.org

Sat., Apr. 26 — 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. 210-497-376

Tues., Apr. 29 – 6pm to 8:30pm
Gardening Night School: Watersaver series: 15 Bugs Every Gardener Should Know with Molly Keck, Entomologist and Trees for San Antonio with Mark Bird, City of San Antonio Arborist. Presented by the Gardening Volunteers of South Texas at San Antonio Garden Center.  $15/per class. $40 for all 4 Classes 3310 N. New Braunfels next to San Antonio Botanical Gardens. 210-251-8101  info@gardeningvolunteers.org