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Milberger’s Trace Hazlett handing two checks to the San Antonio Area Salvation Army. One check was for the money raised during Milberger’s Christmas Traditions & Cowboy Christmas weekend. The other is a portion of Milberger’s Christmas Tree Sales. The combined donation was over $3,000.00 and will go to making Christmas happen for children in the …

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Hundreds of fruit and citrus trees just arrived at the nursery just in time for fall planting. Growing Citrus in Patio Containers The easiest and surest way to avoid potential freeze injury to citrus plants is by planting trees in containers that can be rolled into a protected area at the onset of adverse weather. …

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We have a great selection of gifts for the avid and novice gardener on your list. And for that hard to please, purchase a Milberger Landscape Nursery Gift card for any denomination starting at $10. You can even order by phone, 210-497-3760 and we will mail the card the next business day. WE STILL HAVE …

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Gardening with aquatics is similar to other forms of gardening in that you have to be aware of proper soil conditions, kinds of containers, proper planting techniques, fertility needs, and after planting care. What makes water gardening unique is that the plants you grow are growing in a water filled environment. Things like water depth, …

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Milberger’s 2018 Fiesta Medals are on sale for $7.00 each! All medal sales proceeds will be donated to the San Antonio Metropolitan Area Command of the Salvation Army.  

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David Rodriguez, Extension Horticulturist for Texas A&M AgriLIFE Extension Service addresses the audience at Milberger’s free Spring Vegetable garden seminar. Earth-Kind combines organic and traditional principles that help homeowners create lush yet environmentally safe gardens and landscapes. They are research-proven techniques that are successful and preserve and protect the environment. Techniques include using composting to …

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May is a good time to plant the heat-tolerant, summer-blooming perennials. Gold Star esperanza has yellow bell-shaped flowers. They have begun blooming now and will bloom until Thanksgiving. I specify the Gold Star selection because it has superior blooming characteristics compared to the old-fashioned selections. The blooms are large, and they show up on the …

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Can you list some of the flowers that attract butterflies? Mistflower, milkweed, passion-vine, zinnias, cosmos, citrus, coneflower, pentas, coreopsis, calendula, sunflower, salvia, and lantana all attract butterflies. It is relatively easy in South and Central Texas to have at least one butterfly attracting plant in bloom 12 months of the year I saw a vine …

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