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Mexican buckeye blooms

Capture the beauty of an early Texas spring — plant ornamental trees and shrubs. They’re some of the first to flower and are early nectar sources for pollinating insects and hummingbirds. One of the keys to successful gardening is seasonal interest. It’s important to utilize plants that keep your garden visually appealing all year. To …

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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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fruit trees

February is still a winter month but now is the time to start spring planting in your garden! Fruit trees, vegetables, and more are ready to be planted in your backyard. Here’s what to plant: Vegetables – Plant potatoes, onions, and lettuce. Fruit – Plant avocado trees, pomegranates, blackberries and blueberries, and more. Just visit …

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potted roses on a patio

Roses in pots extend the scope and possibilities of gardening. Wide walkways can be highlighted with tubs of roses, entryways can be graced with the beauty and fragrance of roses. Miniature roses can dress up window boxes in the summer, and then be brought indoors in winter to perk up the house. We Have Your …

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red roses in a garden

Are you spreading the love this February? Valentine’s Day is a day where you show your love and appreciation for your significant other. People even give their family members, coworkers, and neighbors a gift on this holiday. Valentine’s Day gifts traditionally include boxes of chocolate, jewelry, plush toys, and flowers and roses. It could be …

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Fruit trees at the nursery

Milberger’s Nursery has just received their 2017 shipment 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.  

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Leaf

San Antonio is not known for drastically cold weather, but it does occasionally freeze during the winter season. A freeze occurs, of course, when the temperature drops below the freezing point of water (32° F or 0° C). Here’s how to care for your plants and garden during the winter season. Different plants react differently …

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