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In most gardens the tomato crop was spectacular this spring. All the recommended varieties and even some of the heirloom selections had high yields. Until the last two weeks most of us were not bothered by fungus or spider mites. Birds seemed to be the most challenging threat to the high yields. If you have …

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There are a lot of reasons to choose to garden in containers. Containers can be decorative masonry with lacquered colors   or they can be the classic red clay flower pots. Other options include half whiskey barrels, black or colored plastic, hanging baskets, and even wooden and natural fiber troughs or trays.  All containers require drainage …

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If you had grub damage in the lawn last year it is time to apply a soil insecticide to control this year’s grubs before they grow too large to control. The same soil insecticide will control chinch bugs. Some plantings of New Gold Lantana are attacked by lace bugs each year with the result that …

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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 Trey Hazlett presents a check to the Salvation Army for the proceeds from the sale of Milberger’s Fiesta Medal collected at Milberger’s Fiesta Weekend.

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Laura Bush petunia was selected as a Superstar because it is a fast growing, spreading plant with attractive pink or violet blooms. Additionally it is more heat tolerant than most other petunias. If it is planted now it will bloom strongly until July, hang on through the summer and then renew itself for a long …

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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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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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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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