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wet grass

Get Your Garden Ready for Winter

A gardener’s duties are never complete! We just can’t leave our gardens to fend for themselves against frost or…

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Veggies from a garden

Vegetables That You Can Still Plant

The average first frost date in our area is November 15. In early November you can still seed mustard…

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leaves on a tree

It is Tree and Shrub Planting Time

Late fall through early spring is the best time to plant trees and shrubs in South Texas.  The plants…

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sprinkler watering grass

When to Water in the Fall

Autumn adds an increased chance of wet days to your fall gardening plans. However, too much water can drown…

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Fall decorations at Milbergers

Halloween Decor to Complement your Fall Garden

As you’re caring for your fall garden this October, you should add decorations for the upcoming holidays, specifically Halloween….

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October Gardening Calendar

October is an excellent time to plant trees and shrubs. Take…

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Firebush plant

Some Fall Gardening Tasks


Plant the cole crops and other greens by transplants now. Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, Swiss chard, collards, are…

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Fresh Carrots from the garden

Plant Veggies on your Own!

This fall, reduce your trips to the grocery store by growing your own vegetables in your garden. Not only…

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Daylily Flower

Daylilies-America’s Favorite Perennial

In Texas, a good time for dividing and planting daylilies is in the fall….

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Don’t Forget the Birds

The hot dry summer continues to be tough on gardeners…

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