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Milberger's Nursery and Landscaping
3920 North Loop 1604 E.
San Antonio, TX 78247

Open 9 to 6 Mon. through Sat.
and 10 to 5 on Sun.

Three exits east of 281, inside of 1604
Next to the Diamond Shamrock station
Please click map for more detailed map and driving directions.


The Amelia tomato which was used as a San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo promotion item in 2004 and 2005 is a hybrid tomato extremely well-suited for home garden production. Amelia is a vigorous plant that can yield extra large and large-sized fruit yet still produce an excellent leaf canopy to protect fruit from sun scald. The plant is semi-determinate and easy to manage in a cage. The fruit is firm and aromatic and was given high taste test scores in spring and fall tests as shown at:

The fruit is crack tolerant yet not too tough for eating. The plant has multiple disease resistance including Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and Fusarium 3. It is described as having an armor-plate disease package along with high fruit quality and high yields of large tomatoes.

When transplants are purchased in early spring before the last expected frost, it is advised that plants be grown in gallon-size containers for several weeks before putting them in their growing area. The procedure for this is described at:

and the after-planting care is explained at: