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Wheelbarrow

Drought is a regular occurrence during our South Texas summer. But with a little preventive care, you can help minimize plant damage and mortality. In the decades that I’ve lived in South Texas, I’ve learned several things about drought: it reoccurs often, plants rebound and a little preventive care goes a long way. Although we’ve …

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MILBERGER LANDSCAPE NURSERY HAS A WIDE VARIETY OF PRODUCTS TO HELP YOUR YARD AND LANDSCAPE SURVIVE IN THE FACE OF WATER RESTRICTIONS. REVIVE: Easy to use, organic based soil treatment designed to save water. REVIVE improves water penetration into soil making more water available to roots even in times of restrictive use and drought. Fortified with …

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Texas Superstar

Two great TEXAS SUPERSTARS™ while supplies last. BASKET OF FIRE PEPPER New 2018 just released TEXAS SUPER STAR. BASKET OF FIRE PEPPER is a new pepper variety, which combines ornamental and edible characteristics. The pepper has a low, spreading branching habit, which makes it ideal for hanging baskets or planting with other ornamental or edible …

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Vitex

If you are looking for a tough, yet gorgeous, shrub or small tree that attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds then at Texas Vitex will suit your landscape. This versatile plant can be trained as a large shrub or small multi-trunked tree about 10 to 15 feet tall and wide. Shoal Creek vitex is more vigorous …

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Butterfly

The key to attracting butterflies to your landscape in Central Texas is to have both nectar producing and egg-laying plants growing. Among the best nectar-producing plants are Gregg’s mistflower, milkweed, sunflower, and porterweed. Zinnias are the mainstay of a cutting flower garden and they also will be the source of spectacular photos as they will …

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Stacey presenting David Rodriquez donation to the Bexar County Master Gardeners Youth Gardening Program from the sale of the 2018 Rodeo tomato Sunbright. Miburger’s Nursery released the 2018 Rodeo Tomato at our annual Rodeo Weekend Celebration. Proceeds from the sale were donated to the Bexar County Masters Gardeners.  

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tomato

Milberger’s Nursery is now fully stocked with Sunbrite, the variety that has been selected at the 2018 Rodeo Tomato. Sunbrite is a semi-determinate plant which produces high yields of extra-large, firm, oblate fruit that are uniform ripening and have an excellent smoothness. The fruit is oblate-shaped, uniform ripening, and ripens to a deep red color. …

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Pruning Roses

Why Do We Prune? Pruning is one of the most important practices in growing beautiful roses. Pruning is the way that the rose bush gets a “face lift” – a renewal. With rare exception, blooms are produced on new growth. Pruning promotes new growth; thus produces blooms. The life of the bush is extended by …

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Pink Flowers

It’s cold outside. . . but our new greenhouse facility is warm and full of exotic plants for home and office.  You can grow tropical plants even if you don’t live in the tropics. Use these tips to make sure you can give these beautiful plants a good home: How to Grow Tropical Plants Indoors …

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