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Severe storms come and go and trees have adapted to them. Still, trees can sustain major damage. But with the correct pruning we can help accelerate their regrowth. Recently storms played havoc with our trees. Limbs and trunks were tossed around like toys in a toddler’s playpen. What can we do to help our trees? …

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“Roses in pots extend the scope and possibilities of gardening. Wide walkways can be highlighted with tubs of roses, entryways can be graced with the beauty and fragrance of roses. Miniature roses can dress up window boxes in the summer, and then be brought indoors in winter to perk up the house.”   ~ Dr. Jerry Parsons, …

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By Lucy Johnson, Freelance Writer and Sustainable Gardener In Texas, recent pushes towards sustainability and conservation across the state are opening up new possibilities for eco-friendly gardening. San Antonio benefits from a long growing season and strong local interest in hobby gardening, making it an ideal place to implement sustainability practices in landscapes across the …

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The rains that came through the area and brought some hail in some places. If the leaves got rustled up just a bit you have nothing to worry about but if the stems were bruised your plant may live and you may get some good tomatoes but the size of the fruit won’t be as …

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The mosquito plant, Pelargonium Citrosum , also called the citrosa plant or citronella scented geranium, is highly recommended for keeping mosquitoes away. This plant is marketed as being specifically developed to continually give off a mosquito repelling scent. Turns out you can grow this plant in many gardens. A citrus-scented geranium, this is a great …

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Hybrid teas, floribundas, grandifloras, climbers, miniatures and tree roses. Our largest selection ever. Milberger’s regularly carries over fifty varieties of Antique and Modern roses that are recommended by Texas A&M and the San Antonio Rose Society.

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Just arrived, a new shipment of 5 gallon Arctic Frost and Orange Frost Satsuma oranges. These are two of the most cold tolerate citrus trees available grown on their own root stock. These are hard to find and supplies are limited.

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Texas lantana starts to show it’s color in April and can bloom continuously from May through November. It blooms more profusely as heat intensifies. Northern cardinals and other bird species eat the ripe fruit. Butterflies and other beneficial insects love the lantana. Texas lantana starts to show it’s color in April and can bloom continuously …

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It’s finally April and spring has sprung in this area. But because this has been a mild winter and early spring-like weather began in February, most people have the mistaken idea that everything should have been planted. Wrong! There is some planting which should be delayed until April. Those better-late-than-early planted crops include okra, sweet …

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