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Bird bath

Splash Some Life into Your Sleepy Winter Landscape

While seed and suet do a fine job of attracting birds to your landscape, fresh, sparkling H2O will fascinate the flocks of feathered friends that flew in for winter.

It’s no…

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meyer lemon

Meyers Lemons

Your landscape is longing for a little lemon love. Pucker up — the Meyer lemon tree is a perfect partner.

A lot of people wonder whether we can grow citrus…

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Farm clean up

January Gardening Tips

Some things that you can do now to take advantage of South Texas’ early spring weather.

It is still a good time to plant the recommended shade trees. They…

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Christmas Tree recycle

And we’ll give you a 20% off coupon.

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Milberger’s Contribution to Salvation Army

Milberger’s Trace Hazlett handing two checks to the San Antonio Area Salvation Army. One check was for the money raised during Milberger’s Christmas Traditions & Cowboy Christmas weekend. The other is a…

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Green plants

Inside Plants from Milberger’s Greenhouse

The chilly weather reminds us that we will be spending more time indoors and having guests to entertain at home. It is time to consider sprucing…

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Mexican Plum

Liven Up your Landscape with Ornamentals

Ornamental trees and shrubs are some of the first to flower so you can capture the beauty of an early Texas spring. Ornamental trees and shrubs…

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CPS Will Pay You to Plant Trees in Your Yard

CPS Green Shade Rebate
OCT 2019 to APRIL 2020

The City of San Antonio and CPS Energy are partnering to encourage tree planting to save on cooling costs….

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Xeriscape

Seven Xeriscape Steps

Xeriscape means expansive, beautiful perennial beds with zero hassle. Hardscape that’s practical and eye-catching. Extended outdoor living spaces. Most importantly, a successful xeriscape incorporates plant material that uses less of our precious resources, particularly…

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Fall Vegetable Gardening Guide

In South Texas Fall is for Planting. Most gardeners plant their vegetables in the spring to harvest in late spring to early summer. In most areas of Texas, it is possible to have a…

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