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The weather is getting warmer and this usually makes gardening a regular activity. Mulching will make this easier and much more rewarding. Mulching, which involves spreading a layer of material on the ground surrounding your plants and trees, will protect the roots from extremes of heat and cold and even helps control and suppress weeds. …

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butterflies on flowers

Gardens designed to attract and nurture butterflies are becoming more and more popular in our area because they are not only beautiful, but contribute to the health and well-being of one of our very important pollinators. Butterfly gardens also give us an opportunity to provide a fun and educational family activity. There is an impressive …

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aquatic plants at nursery

A shipment of new plants for your water garden have arrived at the nursery:  Aquatic, marginal and bog plants ready for your water feature.  Whether you want to install your own water garden or have it installed by professionals Milberger’s has the materials and expertise to help you add a water feature that will add …

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flowers at the nursery

Consider daylilies for your landscape. Look for the large bloomed selections that are blooming right now in yellow, gold, orange and rust. They are showy, drought tolerant, and not fussy about soil. The foliage makes an excellent groundcover unless you have deer in your neighborhood. Daylilies are a favorite deer food. The tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, …

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butterfly garden at milbergers nursery

Our new butterfly garden is certified by the North American Butterfly Association. You may stop by the nursery and see exactly how you can  transform a portion of your landscape into a beautiful haven for butterflies and hummingbirds.

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Summer flowers available at Milbergers

The new 2017 Milberger’s Fiesta Medals will go in sale starting Sat., April 1. Medals sell for $7.00 each with the proceeds going to the San Antonio Area Salvation Army.

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basil pots

Your garden isn’t just meant for fruits, vegetables, and pretty flowers. Add herbs to the mix. They add color and personality to any garden, and can make your garden look busy and lively. Take these tips with you for planting herbs. Some herbs can overtake your garden, but it’s nothing some crowd control can’t fix. …

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woman fertilizing yard

 There is still time to apply a pre-emergent herbicide to reduce summer weeds from germinating.  This is especially important if you were bothered by sandburs and/or crabgrass. Halt, Dimension, Crabgrass Preventer, Amaze and XL are good herbicides for the job.  Note that a second application should be applied in mid-June. To be ready for the …

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lush green growing garden

Get ready for the spring season! San Antonio is notorious for being a town where the weather is constantly changing. In March, your lawn is going to experience a good deal of wet days as well as dry days, which is why it’s going to need some extra care this month. Here’s your lawn care …

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drift roses at milbergers

Drift Roses came in looking spectacular. You can use them almost like a ground cover. Full sun application only. Drift Roses are a cross between ground cover and miniature roses is perfect for small gardens, combination planters and landscape borders. Low maintenance rose blooms spring through fall. Red, apricot, coral and peach. 3 gallon regularly …

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