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At Milbergers Sat. & Sun. Dec 3 and 4 MILBERGER’s TRADITIONAL CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSEat the nurserySat., Dec. 3 and Sun., Dec 4th – All Day LongJoin us for a day of wholesome holiday fun for the entire family. Memorable Photos with Santa:Sat., Dec 3 from 11am ’til 1pm with a professional photographer available.Sun., Dec 4 …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Your snapdragons will attract butterflies and add striking color and a vertical line to the garden with their spikes of flowers. The tube-shaped flowers bloom in nearly every color imaginable and grow to heights ranging from four inches to three feet, depending on the variety. Snapdragons are cool season bloomers and Texas gardeners should set the plants …

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This one category of plants seems to sail through sizzling heat with ease. It’s no wonder these fragrant florae are celebrated annually! If you were in San Antonio through the summer this year, congratulations. You survived one of our hottest, driest summers on record. Between the heat and severe lack of rain, gardeners really had …

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Blowing grass clippings and leaves into the street may be simpler and save time, but these materials can clog stormwater drains, harming rivers, streams and neighborhoods. A sure sign of spring, summer or fall is the presence of bags full of leaves or lawn clippings on the curb or an organics (green) receptacle full of …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

It’s hot, we know. But now is the time to plant your fall tomatoes using transplants in one-gallon containers. Use the recommended varieties such as HM 8849, HM 1823, BHN 968, Ruby Crush, Tycoon, 444, Red Deuce, Celebrity, Valley Cat, Phoenix, and Roma.> Pick up the starter plants now. In August it’s too late to …

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Most of our programs are designed to minimize or eliminate grass in your landscape. But if you absolutely must, plan on plenty of preparation and patience. Laying sod is not recommended during late fall and winter. In fact, most of our programs are designed to minimize or eliminate grass in your landscape since that’s the …

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Broken Oak tree from storm

The coldest air to blow through South Texas since 1989 left us a tableau of ice-covered trees looking like there could be no recovery. Major limbs have been broken, ornamentals trees bent to the ground, shrubs crushed and bark stripped or gouged by the ice. But what at first glance may look like mortal wounds …

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Cherry Tomatoes on vine

2021 Rodeo Tomato Now Available at Milberger’s NurseryRuby Crush Grape Tomato performs well in containers, shines in the field, with flavorful sugar-acid balanced fruits that resist cracking. Smooth, bright red fruits are solid, oval and weight about a half-ounce each. Unlike other determinate grape varieties, compact plants are strong, have good leaf cover preventing sun …

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Tuesday,  January  19, 2021 from 12noon ‘til 1pmGo to https://bexar-tx.tamu.edu/ Fruit trees are a gorgeous, healthy, and practical addition to any home garden or landscape. They are easy enough to take care of as a beginning gardener or a great plant to take care of with your children, allowing them to see science in action. …

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Recycle your christmas tree

After the holidays, don’t throw your Real Christmas Tree in the trash or set it on the curb. Real Christmas Trees are biodegradable, which means they can be easily reused or recycled for mulch and other purposes. Milberger’s Nursery will accept your discarded Christmas tree fromJan 2 through January 16, 2021When you bring your tree into Milberger’s …

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