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When it comes to spiffing up your yard, less is more. Overwintering wildlife appreciate old blooms and fallen leaves to use as habitat. Following winter freezes and an ice storm …

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Kids running in field

Plants are re-emerging and blooming and grass is starting to awaken from its winter dormancy. But that doesn’t mean it’s time for full-scale watering. We’re seeing all the familiar indicators …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Regardless of the variety you choose, all beans require warm weather to grow and produce. Plant your bean garden once the soil temperature in your garden reaches 65 °F and …

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Are you ready to make a fast start with tomatoes in the vegetable garden in 2023 despite our less than successful plantings over the last few years? If so, check …

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Oak wilt season is upon us. Only make cuts that are absolutely necessary. Save any cosmetic pruning for later in the year. While San Antonio largely dodged the severity of …

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Even the hardiest citrus trees struggle to survive days of ice, snow and frigid temperatures. Those that do can benefit from a little TLC from you. There are many plants …

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While a poorly placed mulberry can be messy, its edible berries and healthy growth habit make it a wonderful choice for any Texas landscape. Native mulberry often flies under the …

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If you’ve been watering in winter, you may need to wage a war on weeds. Here are the five usual suspects to watch for. Cooler temperatures and winter precipitation make …

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Fig on branch

Not a fan of oranges, lemons or limes? There are plenty of non-citrus species to consider. Read on to learn about them. Last week we recommended the best fruit trees …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Whether you choose a row of terra cotta pots or a modern planter, a freshly potted herb garden adds natural style to your kitchen. The vessel you choose should be …

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