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poinsettia

Besides the Christmas tree, the Poinsettia plant is the most popular holiday plant of the season. It perfectly decorates your home with its red and green color during the holidays, but did you know you could keep your poinsettias alive and thriving year-round? It’s not an easy task, and is almost like taking care of …

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Find the tree that best suits your holidays at Milberger’s Tree Lot. Here is a review of the the different kinds of Christmas Trees you can choose from.   The Nordman fir is Christmas tree of choice because of its deep rich color, dense foliage, rounded needles, and light fragrance. Recently introduced to the U.S. …

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christmas trees at milbergers

Now Arriving at Milberger’s Nursery: the best trees for your holiday celebrations. Choose a tree that is fresh cut and from the best growers available. NOBLE FIRS are the most elegant Christmas tree available. Its stiff branches make it a good tree for heavy ornaments as well as excellent greenery. NORDMAN FIRS are Europe’s tree of …

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pots with basil in garden

If you’ve ever walked into Milberger’s Nursery and wondered why everyone is so happy, it’s called science! Gardening and horticulture jobs can make you happier and healthier. Gardening, in general, provides many benefits to your health so people in those respective jobs have an interest and passion for gardening and have lower levels of physical …

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wet grass

A gardener’s duties are never complete! We just can’t leave our gardens to fend for themselves against frost or wind this winter. They need the proper care and protection just like in every other season. Here are some must-do tasks to keep your garden thriving this winter. Weeds: Clean them out, including all dead leaves …

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Veggies from a garden

The average first frost date in our area is November 15. In early November you can still seed mustard greens and radishes. If you are looking for lettuce, peas or spinach you can be successful by putting in transplants. The slower growing cole crops that you put in your garden back in August and September …

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green shade tree photograph

At The Nursery Saturday October 28 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm Fall is for Planting: Winter Color and Trees Fall is an ideal time to plant in South Central Texas because our cooler night temperatures and better rain chances promoter faster root and plant growth. Join David Rodriguez, Horticulturist with the Texas A&M AgriLife …

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pumpkin

October is an excellent time to plant trees and shrubs. Take advantage of sales at area nurseries and the mild weather to plant recommended shade trees and shrubs. Among the recommended shade trees are live oaks, cedar elms, Texas red oaks, Mexican sycamore, Chinese pistache, Mexican white oak, Shumard oak, bur oak, and chinkapin oak.  …

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sunflowers

We all have our hobbies. Ours just happens to be gardening, and it’s a hobby that can improve your health in ways you didn’t realize. If your hobby tends to be something that’s not good for you, you may want to consider gardening as a replacement habit. Here’s how cultivating plants benefits us all. Stress: …

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Fresh Carrots from the garden

This fall, reduce your trips to the grocery store by growing your own vegetables in your garden. Not only do your own home-grown vegetables taste better, the pride from growing your own crops is satisfying and help you to become a better gardener. If you start now, you’ll see your vegetables ready to be eaten …

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