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Big tree being delivered

Milberger’s handles trees of all sizes. Whether you need fully mature shade threes like this one or a potted fruit tree for your patio Milberger’s has the largest selection of fresh, well-rooted trees in the San Antonio area. When choosing trees for your landscape your primary considerations are to select a species that is well …

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Rodeo tomato being measured

‘Red Deuce’ available at Milberger’s Nusery ‘Red Deuce’ tomato is a determinate plant which provides big yields of large to extra-large 10oz. globe shaped fruit that have great eye-appeal and good eating quality. You will find ‘Red Deuce’ on sale at Millberger’s Nursery Rodeo celebration (Sat. Feb 20) where all proceeds from sales will be …

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snap dragons

In February you can continue planting cold weather annuals such as pansies, dianthus, snapdragons and chard. They will continue to bloom for you well into April. Spring is all about color in the garden. Annuals add value to our garden space by adding big, showy, colorful blooms for a particular season, often adding the instant …

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      Milberger’s Nursery has just unloaded several truckloads of hundreds of fruit trees, citrus trees, avocados trees, pomegranates, olive trees, blueberries, raspberries, Japanese persimmons, blackberries and more. They really look good and now is the time to plant and the selection will never be better. Now is the time to get your new …

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Despite its “poisonous” reputation, poinsettias are no more toxic than many common plants in our environment. Can you get sick if you eat too much? Sure. A 50lb child would need to consume more than 500 poinsettia leaves to reach potentially toxic levels and no deaths have been documented from consuming too many poinsettia leaves. …

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“Wait to cut down root-hardy perennials such as lantana, esperanza, and poinciana. Often a freeze will defoliate the plant but not kill the stems giving you a stronger plant in the spring.” ~Dr. Calvin Finch, Director of Water Conservation “Plants can get used to freezing weather if they are exposed to it consistently and gradually,” …

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“Some of the most pleasant outdoor days in Central Texas occur during the winter months making it the best time to garden. The lower temperatures enable us to work outside for longer hours planting trees, shrubs and winter vegetables that will continue to grow and get a head start on spring with less watering.” November …

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Milberger’s Halloween Weekend Events have been cancelled due to the heavy rain warnings The Nursery will be open on Sat., Oct 25 and Sun., Oct 26 But the special events scheduled for the weekend have been cancelled due to our concerns for our customer’s safety and comfort. We will still be hosting Trick-or-Treat at the Nursery On Halloween Day, Sat., …

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Blue Plumbago

Plant These Summer Bloomers Now for Color in July and August Text by Suzy Fischer, Plant Selection by SAWS July and August are the tough months for plants. The good news is that there are many perennials that thrive on the heat without much water. While turfgrass, roses and other plants are wilting, enjoy the …

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