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Got Trees?

orange_tree_in_a_pot_s1Milberger’s handles trees of all sizes. Whether you need fully mature shade threes like this one or a potted fruit tree for your patio…

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Just In . . .2016 Rodeo Tomato Announced

‘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…

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Color in Cooler Weather

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….

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Ten Houseplants For Clean Air

Houseplants are beautiful to look at and add great decorum to any interior design, but did you know that they have a positive impact on our health too? Not only do they add color and…

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Looking for an indoor project that will add a unique and elegant flare to your home? Create a garden in glass! Glass gardens, or terrariums, are miniature ecosystems that make for a fun project…

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No Better Time to Plant Fruit Trees

 

 

 

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…

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Dressing your house with the bright red cheer of poinsettias is one of the holiday season’s greatest traditions. But did you know that a poinsettia’s bloom time can extend from Thanksgiving to Easter?

How long…

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Are Poinsettias Poisonous?

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…

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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…

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