The dates for our next open house are September 18 & 19. 2021 Check here for plant updates for our September OPEN HOUSE PLANT SALE We have divided many of our keeper tillandsias( air plants) for sale which we have never offered before. Check our Instagram page - @millerstropicals - for all our new photos of what we are growing!
Here is our flyer with the 2021 open house dates!
Check out our Instagram page- @millerstropicals and follow us as we show you what's blooming.
Our next Open House is March 20 & 21, 2021
We are no longer open by appointment. Please come see us at one of our Open House Plant Sales or we can bring you plants to Wimberley Market Days on the first Saturday of every month(weather permitting) at booth #348.
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Welcome to our newly designed website! We are so excited to share our love of orchids and rare tropical plants with you. Our first orchid was a gift more than 29 years ago and led us to follow our passion and become a grower, first in Texas, then Florida and now we are back in Texas to stay! Please browse our site for specials, upcoming events, plants available for sale and tips for orchid care! Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions at all. We enjoy talking personally with customers to insure satisfaction and success with growing our orchids and tropical plants! Sincerely, Susana and Todd Miller
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we are building this website from the ground up, so there will be many changes during the next few weeks. Please let us know what you think and what we can do to improve this site. Thanks again for visiting Millers Tropicals.
In Memory of Martha Miller
Sitting in her favorite chair in the den of our Versailles, Ky., home
My mother, Martha Miller, passed away in March 2015 at the age of 91. She lived her entire life on Morgan street in Versailles, Kentucky, and travelled with dad to horse races all over the east coast. She inspired my love for plants and I gardened with her growing up. She was a true Lady and will be missed by all who knew her, and I want to honor her legacy by introducing her to a new audience of garden fanatics and plant lovers alike. She will live in my heart forever. Thank You Mom