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Rose bushes at the store

If you are looking for roses this is a great time to visit the nursery. Now is the time to plant and we have the stock to choose from. We also have the experts available to help you decide on which of our many varieties will work best for you. CLICK HERE TO VIEW A …

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Dianthus barbatus large

With spring upon us it is only a matter of weeks until the hotter dryer days slows down our spring blooming plants. If you have empty place space in your garden you may be considering whether it pays to buy transplants now with only a three or four month bloom period remaining. Dianthus have the …

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‘Red Deuce’ available at Milberger’s Nusery ‘Red Deuce’ tomato is a determinate plant which provides big yields of large to extra-large 10oz. globe shaped fruit that have great eye-appeal and good eating quality. You will find ‘Red Deuce’ on sale at Millberger’s Nursery Rodeo celebration (Sat. Feb 20) where all proceeds from sales will be …

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snap dragons

In February you can continue planting cold weather annuals such as pansies, dianthus, snapdragons and chard. They will continue to bloom for you well into April. Spring is all about color in the garden. Annuals add value to our garden space by adding big, showy, colorful blooms for a particular season, often adding the instant …

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      Milberger’s Nursery has just unloaded several truckloads of hundreds of fruit trees, citrus trees, avocados trees, pomegranates, olive trees, blueberries, raspberries, Japanese persimmons, blackberries and more. They really look good and now is the time to plant and the selection will never be better. Now is the time to get your new …

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Despite its “poisonous” reputation, poinsettias are no more toxic than many common plants in our environment. Can you get sick if you eat too much? Sure. A 50lb child would need to consume more than 500 poinsettia leaves to reach potentially toxic levels and no deaths have been documented from consuming too many poinsettia leaves. …

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child posing for a photo in the pumpkin patch

Saturday and Sunday Oct 24th and 25th Bring your kids for a day of free Halloween Fun events at Milberger’s Nursery. Let them run through our MONSTER MAZE and ride through the nursery on our TERROR TRAIN. Watch them bounce away on our MOON BOUNCE and take their picture in our PUMPKIN PATCH. Free FACE …

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September is not usually a major leaf drop month but this year will be an exception. Shade trees loaded themselves with leaves in response to the heavy rains last winter and spring, now they are dropping some of those extra leaves in response to the hot dry weather.  Expect live oaks, cedar elms, Texas red …

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Judges reviewing the tomatoes on the table

It was difficult to choose but Milberger’s 2015 Top Tomato Contest on Saturday, June 13th had a great turn out. The winners are: Jeff Newman’s Celebrity Tomato won 1st Place Regular & Large and Best of Show.     Greg Slayers’s Bobcat Tomato won 2nd Place Regular and Large. Greg Slayers’s Juliet Tomato won 1st …

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