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70 Monticello Road    Weaverville, NC    828-645-3937    www.reemscreek.com
30% Off Monarda
BEE BALM Special
BEE BALM
‘Jacob Cline’ and
'Gardenview Scarlet’
$6.99 – 1 gallon
Regularly $9.99
 
Bee a bee-lover! PERENNIAL Bee balm is attractive to bees, butterflies & hummingbirds, and both these cultivars are long blooming with red flowers and wonderfully fragrant foliage. Monarda didyma ‘Jacob Cline’ is 3-5’ tall and ‘Gardenview Scarlet’ is 2-3’ tall. Bee balm is also called monarda, bergamot & Oswego tea. Plant 12-18” apart in full sun to part sun in moist, rich well-drained soil. These plants are grown on our farm and are free of neonicitinoids (they are pollinator-friendly!). NATIVE. Rabbit & deer resistant. Zone 4-9. While supplies last thru Thursday, May 25.
Fun New Arrivals
In GARDEN SHOP
-Beautiful Fair-Trade Hats
 
-Solar Lanterns –
All Shapes & Sizes
 
-Pet Plaques + New Stuff for Cat Lovers
 
-Kids Tools –Yay! (they have been stuck in Canada – really!)
 
-Outdoor Pillows…and much more!
 
-Patriotic Décor - out next week for Memorial Day
Tropicals . . .

-Beautiful fuschia hanging baskets - pollinator-friendly plants & a favorite of hummingbirds
 
-Expanded Succulent and Cactus selection
 
-Look for new plants in the tropical room
Who Inspired You?
FROM WILMA:  Who/what sparked your interest in plants? Seeds started in a Dixie cup in kindergarten, Granma and her garden, planting our first gardens, greenhouses in spring, and  botanical gardens are just a few ways some  of us became interested in plants. My grandmother was definitely an influence in my love of plants!
 
One of my earliest memories is that of gathering bouquets of daffodils and the sweet fragrance of hyacinths in her spring garden. She grew a bountiful veggie garden as well as beautiful flowers and often let me tag along with her. I’m hoping my grandchildren will have pleasant memories of the time they have spent with me in the garden.
 
Seeing what others are doing in their gardens can be inspiring. We are hosting some local garden tours this summer. Other garden tours are also being offered by Master Gardeners, etc. Seminars are in the works, too.
 
Happy Gardening!
Upcoming GARDEN TOURS
Thru Reems Creek Nursery
Reems Creek Nursery is hosting these upcoming evening Garden Tours, both in Weaverville. We are very grateful that Joel and Sue are willing to show us around their lovely gardens:
 
Joel Cole’s Faer Hill Cottage Garden
Thursday, June 8 at 7 pm
Weaverville
 
Joel Cole - artist, gardener, beekeeper, and world traveler – started Faer Hill Cottage Garden in 1983 for his grandmother, Bessie Garrison. After his grandparents passed away, Joel bought the property and decided to return home from New York City to put down roots in his hometown of Weaverville. Joel’s painting studio is nestled in the garden, which includes a number of garden “rooms” such as the potager garden with his beehives, a Japanese garden, and a water garden. Joel is inspired by texture in the garden and he has planted many evergreens for winter interest.
 
 
Sue Vrooman’s Laughing Crow Gardens
Thursday, June 22 at 7 pm
Weaverville
 
Sue Vrooman, the passionate gardener of Laughing Crow Gardens, has gardened for over four decades, 16 years of which she was a hands-on curator and research specialist for the 33-acre public gardens at the Atlanta History Center. Her one acre garden is bursting with over 700 varieties of ornamental plants arranged as a stroll along undulating paths through sun and shade, resting places and garden vistas, and Sue's garden is abuzz with warmly-welcomed wildlife.
30% OFF Shrub
‘Lemony Lace’ Sambucus
Sambucus
‘Lemony Lace’

$24.49 – 3 gal.
Regularly $34.99
 
 
Very colorful
all season long!
 
Sambucus racemosa ‘Lemony Lace’ is a North American native elderberry with super-showy foliage – leaves emerge bright yellow edged in red, and change to chartreuse as it ages. Red fruit in fall is attractive to wildlife. Great in a mixed border or as a focal point. 3-5’ tall x 3-5’ wide. Plant in well-drained soil in part sun to full sun. Very deer resistant. Flowers in early spring before the leaves emerge. Trim right after flowering (blooms on old wood). Zone 3-7. Limit 3 per customer while supplies last thru Thursday, May 25.
Plant TOMATOES
& PEPPERS Now
It is time to plant your tomatoes and peppers, along with other warm season veggies like eggplant, beans, squash, and okra. Come check out our great selection of sustainably-raised veggies.
$2.49 per 4 pack or $26.99 flat of 48 plants (1204’s).
 
** We have Ghost Peppers & Carolina Reaper Peppers!
 
 
Now 60% OFF -
Irish potatoes & onion sets
SWEET POTATO
SLIPS are Here!
$14.99
per bunch of 25 slips
 
 
Choose from Puerto Rico, Vardaman, Georgia Jets, Beauregard, Centennial, and White Yam. The weather is now warm enough to plant sweet potatoes. They are going fast!
Master Gardener
Garden Tour
Saturday, June 3
9-4 Rain or Shine
 
Reems Creek Nursery is proud to be a sponsor!
 
These tours are SO inspiring! Plus your attendance fee goes to great causes. Go HERE to learn more about the tour, buy tickets and watch a sneak preview of the 6 gardens on tour - The Coffey Specimen Garden, The Breck Terraced Garden, The Cole Cottage Vignette Garden, The Harter Tree Garden, The Ramsey Whimsy Garden, and The Kosma Meditation Garde.
HOURS
MON-SAT: 8-6 
SUN: 10-4
 


 


Reems Creek Nursery & Landscaping • 70 Monticello Rd. • Weaverville, NC 28787
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