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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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A few easy changes to your landscape maintenance are all it takes to create little spaces for wildlife — and help protect other residents that call Texas home. As temperatures …

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Timing is everything when it comes to gardening. Winter for our area usually means that most days are cool and ideal for getting some prep work done for a great …

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In fall, winter and early spring, irrigation systems are mostly unnecessary. Do yourself and your wallet a favor and put them to bed for a long nap. We are way …

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The creamy flower clusters and abundant white berries are distinctive, but its burgundy autumn color is a standout in an evergreen landscape.Note: In celebration of central Texas’ tree-planting season from …

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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 …

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Daylight saving time ends Sunday, Nov. 6. Remember to adjust the clock on your irrigation controller too. Eventually fall brings many changes: cool temperatures, less pollen and most importantly, less …

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