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Milberger's "How To" Series

Oranges are among the easiest fruits to harvest. When the fruit is no longer green, check it for ripeness by pulling off, peeling and tasting one of the oranges from your tree.  Your fruit begins to fall off the trees when it is ripe. You can’t tell just by the color, so pull one orange …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Kale and spinach grow well together in a combined winter garden because they share the same cultural requirements. The plants grow quickly, with both greens usually ready for the first harvest within 50 to 70 days. Plant fall crops when the average daily temperature drops below 75°F Sow kale and spinach seeds three inches apart …

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San Antonio Water System

Stage 2 restrictions begin when the 10-day rolling average of the Edwards Aquifer level reaches 650 feet mean sea level at the monitored well. Coming out of drought stages can be considered 15 days after the aquifer is above the trigger.• All restrictions from Stage 1 remain in effect unless added to or replaced by …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

  Flowering plants are usually at their peak of production during your summer vacation period and require some attention before you leave. Move both your indoor and outdoor plants out of direct sunlight since sunlight dries the soil quickly. Deadhead and trim your plants before you leave. But while pruning before you leave is beneficial, …

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We have unloaded the first shipments of fresh-cut Christmas trees. Shop for your soon because this year there will be a shortage of trees. Visit our website for a comparison of the types of Christmas trees.

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Those yuccas, sages and muhly grasses likely don’t need all that extra water, even on the hottest summer day. In newer subdivisions, when it’s done right, irrigation is carefully laid out to water the grass and the landscape beds separately. This hydrozoning technique groups plants with similar water needs so thirsty plants (like grass) can …

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Snipping Roses

Blooms may last longer in climates that are cooler than ours, but cooler climates do not have the potential for two spectacular bloom periods each year like we do in South Texas. We expect our flowering perennials to bloom well in the spring but we overlook the best possible season for bloom—fall. Plants do not …

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Plant a Tree. Save Energy. Save Money. You can receive a $50 rebate per tree when you buy a qualified tree and plant it in the right place to save on your energy bill. The last day to take advantage of this offer is April 39, 2020. CPS Energy customers are eligible for a lifetime …

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Want a tropical look in your summertime landscape? Try these stunning types of hibiscus. Their flowers are single and double, and you can find them now at Milberger’s in shades of red, pink, yellow and orange, among many others. Their leaves are glossy dark green.

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Green plants

The chilly weather reminds us that we will be spending more time indoors and having guests to entertain at home. It is time to consider sprucing up the house with some amazing greenery . Our greenhouses are chock full with many types of plants to choose from.

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