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Citrus are one of those plants that I think are a must in the garden. They have beautiful dark green foliage all year, sensuously perfumed flowers at various times of the year and then produce fabulously colorful edible fruit. They really are the most perfect garden specimen. Citrus grow well in containers which gives you …

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Often called the Queen of the Tropics, Tropical Hibiscus will provide you with an excellent source of summer landscape color and is one of South Texas’ most popular tropical or sub-tropical flowering plants. With their bright showy flowers in many colors along with their glossy leaves tropical hibiscus will bloom from mid spring through fall. …

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Milberger’s Top Tomato Contest is Saturday, June 11, 2016 Bring your best tomatoes and garden fresh salad bowl to Milbergers and you could win. All entrants get a Milberger’s Gift Certificate. Top Tomato 1. Cherry and Smaller Tomatoes 2. Regular Tomatoes (large/medium) 3.  Biggest Tomato 4. Best of Show Grand Champion ALSO Best Salad Bowl  Bring …

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All gardening! All day! All your Favorites! The 19th Annual Festival of Flowers  is back with all your favorites: Indoor Garden Vendor Mall Seminars Organic Roundtable City-Wide Plant Exchange 2016 Daylily Show & Sale Herb Kitchen Cooking Floral Design Challenge Farmer’s market Rain Barrel Demonstrations Plant Exhibits Live Radio Shows Saturday, May 28 9AM ‘til …

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basket in the field of flowers

It’s Spring in Texas and the wildflowers are in bloom. Texas has absolutely stunning blooms that grace our highways and open fields from the Indian Blankets and Paintbrushes to our sublime bluebonnets. Not all Texas wildflowers make great home garden or landscaping plants but there are some that make great additions to a home garden …

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flowers in a hedge

Summer is quickly approaching. Now is the time to exchange cold weather annuals for warm season annuals such as marigold, pentas, periwinkle, portulaca, and purslane. Perennial plants should really be showy right now, but to keep them that way, dead-head any spent flowers to keep them blooming. Consider planting a new bed in your garden …

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rocks and texas perennials in a yard

For gardening purposes, I consider April as the first warm weather month. The lawn begins serious growth in April. Don’t be confused by the decline of the rescue grass annual bluegrass and other winter weeds. They will die in the heat in time for the warm weather lawn grasses to fill the space. Mow St …

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Iris plant at a cemetary

What is Blooming? In addition to the lushness of the greenery, there are lots of plants blooming. Texas Mountain Laurel is a favorite plant of gardeners and landscapers in the San Antonio area. It only blooms for a few weeks every spring but the purple blooms are showy and the bloom fragrance is very noticeable. …

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The first week of Milberger’s Anniversary sale in the March 16 issue of the San Antonio Express News

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hanging baskets

Tropical vines that bloom throughout much of the year, bougainvilleas make excellent container plants for both the indoors or outdoors. To grow a lush bougainvillea that hangs over the sides of the container and produces prolific blooms for which it is known, adopt several cultural habits sure to encourage a thriving plant. Place a bougainvillea …

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