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Lucky You If Your Yard Contains Clover

No maintenance and no watering necessary — these are just two reasons to embrace this beautifully tough perennial. One frequently asked question I get is how to get rid of oxalis and…

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Pruning Is Spring Cleaning for Your Perennials

When done correctly, pruning in springtime increases foliage, flowers and pollinators.
Shortly, our flowering perennials such as salvia, penstemon, lantana, and esperanza will awaken from their winter slumber. Much like overgrown hair in need of…

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Milberger's "How To" Series


To begin, roses need to be grown in full sun. They like to be in soil that is well-amended with organic matter and has good soil drainage. A raised flower bed with…

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2022 Rodeo Tomato STM2255

Look for the 2022 San Antonio Rodeo Tomato STM2255 on sale next week at Milbergers’s Nursery. The variety selected this year is a determinate plant that produces a generous crop of large,…

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Love Your Oaks? No Pruning After Valentine’s Day!

If you’ve got freshly cut oaks with unpainted wounds, beware. A fungal fiend could feast on your trees. There’s not much time left to prune your oak trees this winter, especially if…

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Frozen plants

Remember that freeze we had last year?

As below-freezing temperatures head our way, keep in mind how our landscapes fared after last year’s brutal winter weather. Nearly one year ago we experienced some of the harshest winter weather on…

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The Best Fruit Trees

There are several fruit trees that are well-adapted to our climate. Choose wisely and you’ll be enjoying the fruits of your labor before you know it. If you’ve had the privilege of…

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Spring Vegetable Gardening for Kids

Six Simple Steps To A Splendid Spring Garden

Take advantage of our usually-mild winter and get a jump start on the upcoming gardening season. Timing is everything when it comes to gardening. Winter for our area usually means that most…

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Happy Blues for the Garden

Create a calm, soothing outdoor environment by incorporating blue hues into your lush green landscape.

Classic blue was the Pantone color of 2020, but I never got a chance…

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Plant Bulbs in Winter for Color in Spring

Bulbs, rhizomes and corms all have different planting requirements, but with a little TLC you can get them into the ground in winter and appreciate their color and beauty come spring. For…

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