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Just because you have an irrigation system doesn’t mean you have to use it. Hand watering with a hose uses fewer gallons per minute and targets only what truly needs water. Hand-watering is guaranteed to use a lot less water than your irrigation system. And it puts you more in touch with your plants and …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

The sunflower is an impressive summer bloomer with big flowers consisting of golden yellow, creamy white or reddish petals that radiate from a dark brown center. By the end of the blooming season, the centers are plump with seeds that are harvested or left to provide food for songbirds. When planted in the ground standard-sized …

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An eco-friendly landscape is more than just a tidy yard with minimal bare spots. It’s enticing to wildlife and thrifty with water. Picturesque and inviting, I can’t help but stop by a landscape proclaimed “Yard of the Month” to admire its beautiful details, can you? As Earth Day approaches, I’m reflecting on the positive impact …

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Milberger's "How To" Series

Your tomatoes and peppers will thrive in containers when planted correctly. Keep the containers anywhere outdoors that receives sufficient sunlight so you can enjoy fresh garden vegetables even in a small space. Almost any variety of tomato or pepper that recommended for our growing area will grow well in a properly prepared container. Tomatoes are …

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No maintenance and no watering necessary — these are just two reasons to embrace this beautifully tough perennial. One frequently asked question I get is how to get rid of oxalis and clover. While they appear similar and are often confused, neither poses a problem and, in fact, both are beneficial. Oxalis, or wood sorrel, …

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Look for the 2022 San Antonio Rodeo Tomato STM2255 on sale next week at Milbergers’s Nursery. The variety selected this year is a determinate plant that produces a generous crop of large, globe-shaped tasty fruit with considerable disease resistance to alternaria, fusarium, verticillium and gray leaf spot. With all the cold weather we have had …

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Spring Vegetable Gardening for Kids

Take advantage of our usually-mild winter and get a jump start on the upcoming gardening season. 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 spring garden. While it’s tempting to stay inside on …

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Bluebonnets

Create a calm, soothing outdoor environment by incorporating blue hues into your lush green landscape. Classic blue was the Pantone color of 2020, but I never got a chance to write an article praising blue in the landscape or offer my favorite blue plant suggestions. Even though it’s two years late, I’m sharing my thoughts …

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Gifts for the gardener

Where you will find a great selection of fresh wreaths, garlands and gifts for gardeners. We have a great selection of gifts for both the avid and novice gardener on you list. Don’t know what to get? Consider a Milberger’s Nursery GIFT CARD for any denomination starting at $10. You can order gift cards by …

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We have unloaded the first shipments of fresh-cut Christmas trees. Shop for your soon because this year there will be a shortage of trees. Visit our website for a comparison of the types of Christmas trees.

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