fb-pixel
Milberger's Nursery -
Milberger's "How To" Series

Don’t get overwhelmed by all the different sizes and species of trees at the nursery. Use our tutorials for simple and successful tree picking and planting. According to the experts, fall and winter are perfect for planting. Indeed, for nearly 50 years Texas has held its state Arbor Day on the third Friday of January …

Read more

These eye-catching plants are super-easy to grow, and thrive in the low light inside your house but there’s a trick to getting those gorgeous blooms. Peace lilies are perfectly happy growing in containers, but they don’t like sitting in pots much larger than their root balls. Place plants in bright, indirect light.Plant peace lilies in …

Read more
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 …

Read more

So-called deer-resistant plants often aren’t. But here’s how to keep your landscape from becoming the new trendy eatery for dinner-seeking does, bucks and fawns. To a famished whitetail, a perfectly manicured yard is a tantalizingly tasty menu. Once deer have established a comfort level and grazing routine around your lawn, they’ll make repeat visits for …

Read more

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.

Read more
Shade Tree

When you live in a climate like we do shade trees are an important part of the landscape.  Temperatures of 100 degrees plus are difficult to tolerate in the shade and even more unpleasant if there is no shade.  Now is a good time to plant a shade tree in a San Antonio landscape. Among …

Read more

It’s a Halloween tradition at Milberger’s Nursery. While our guests and customers get to run through our famous Hay Maze, pose in our awesome Pumpkin Patch, ride our Terror Train and munch on our roasted corn we get to dress up in our favorite Halloween costumes.

Read more

Now is the perfect time to make a change and replace your water-guzzling grass with a more resilient WaterSaver yard! You made it through another hot, dry summer and your excitement for fall isn’t about pumpkin spice lattes or Halloween. It’s that your water bill will be smaller so you can afford plenty of PSLs. …

Read more
woman fertilizing yard

Our landscape plants need nitrogen, but they don’t need as much as you think, especially if you practice proper gardening techniques. Research establishes that all plants including grass, shrubs and trees use nutrients applied in the fall more efficiently and to greater effect than those applied in spring and summer. This is especially true regarding …

Read more
Cedar Waxwing

Our flying friends are coming from near and far. Offer them respite with fresh water, a bountiful buffet and a safe place to stay. October is migration month for bees, butterflies and birds. Of course, I am including migrations from 100 feet to 10,000 miles. The question I pose is what should you have in …

Read more
Page 3 of 29 123451020...Last page