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76 Monticello Road    Weaverville, NC    828-645-3937    www.reemscreek.com
SHRUB of the Week
30% Off Ninebark – 2 Cultivars
Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Ginger Wine’ & ‘Tiny Wine’
Ninebark ‘Ginger Wine’ & ‘Tiny Wine’
$17.49 – 2 gallon
Regularly $24.99
 
 
Colorful foliage, white flowers, red seedheads in fall, exfoliating bark, and native to North America - these ninebarks are a wonderful addition to your garden. The foliage adds great texture to your garden and combines beautifully with silver/blue foliage plants.
 
Choose from ‘Tiny Wine’ (burgundy to bronze leaves, 3-5’ tall & wide) and ‘Ginger Wine’ (orange foliage maturing to burgundy, 5-6’ tall & wide). Popular as a foliage and seedhead addition to floral arrangements. Blooms late spring/early summer. Plant in full sun. Zone 3-7. While supplies last thru Thursday, Oct. 18.
Special of the Week
Winter Jasmine
Jasminum nudiflorum
Winter Jasmine
$9.74 – 1 gallon
Regularly $12.99
 
This winter bloomer cheers up January with its bright yellow flowers. The shrubs are fountain shaped with green arching branches, and is also known as January Jasmine. They are often used as a groundcover on banks or allowed to trail over retaining walls. With a support structure, Winter Jasmine can also be trained as a vine.  Grows to 4’ tall x 3-6’ wide as a shrub, and can grow to 10-15’ tall as a supported vine. It spreads when the trailing branches root into the ground. To “recondition” overgrown shrubs, cut back to 18-24” in early spring after they have flowered. Plant in full sun to part sun in well drained moist soil. Zone 6-9. Limit 3 per customer while supplies last thru Thursday, Oct. 18.
New Shipments
  • NATIVE SHRUBS - American Beautyberry (fully berried!), Button Bush (excellent pollinator plant), and Clethra (straight species & ‘Sugar Shack’) and another excellent pollinator plant).                          Plus Red Twig Dogwood and more!
  • SHRUBS - a beautiful mix of shrubs unloaded Thursday
  • TROPICALS - your own personal jungle!
  • SCREENING PLANTS - Skip Laurels & Arborvitae
20% Off All Value-Pack BULBS
These pretty bloomers usher in the spring season in the happiest of ways. All value packs are discounted this week. Pack sizes range from 15 to 70 bulbs per pack including lilies, daffodils, tulips, and crocus – in single colors and mixed colors. Plant happy! Limit 3 per customer while supplies last thru Thursday, October 18.
PANSY LOVER
FROM WILMA:  The name sounds delicate, but Pansies are tough, large-flowered hybrids derived from smaller-flowered Violas (commonly called Johnny Jump-ups). The name pansy comes from the French word “pensee” which means thought or remembrance. The flowers tend to nod forward and some blotches of color look like a face in deep thought.
 
There is much folklore associated with Violas and Pansies, from medicinal uses to Shakespearean quotes. In Disney’s movie Alice in Wonderland there is a chorus of singing pansies. Google the names and find other fun facts about them. Untreated Pansy flowers and leaves are edible in salads, desserts, and as cake decorations. 
 
Pansies prefer cool weather and now is the optimum time to plant outside. The starts we transplanted a few weeks ago are ready to go into your garden.  They also make great fall/winter container plants. Blooms usually last throughout winter and into late spring. In extremely cold weather they will disappear for a bit, but usually re-bloom as temperatures rise, giving a late-winter splash of color. It is important to keep these and all plants well-watered until established, and during dry spells. 
Piet Oudolf Movie
 
Just a handful of tickets remaining!

 WHAT:  FIVE SEASONS: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf
DATE:  TWO DATES - Thurs, Oct. 25 & Thurs, Nov. 1
TIME: 7 pm, doors open at 6:30, program starts at 7 pm, discussion follows movie
WHERE:  36 Montford Avenue - at Asheville Chamber of Commerce/Lenoir-Rhyne University

  • See Movie TRAILER.
  • Thursday, Oct. 25 – Tickets SOLD OUT!
  • Thursday, Nov. 1 – Just a few left! Get TICKETS 
  • Listen to the Cultivating Place PODCAST interview with the filmmaker, Thomas Piper, about making the film.
HOURS
MON-SAT: 8-6
Closed Sunday
 
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FAIRY GARDENING WORKSHOP
Sat. Oct. 13, from 10-11 am
with Ruth Gonzalez & Kathrine Jost
 
 
Create your own magical miniature world of delight. We have a wonderful selection of containers and fairy items like fairy houses, fairies and gnomes, miniature critters and accessories, etc. Or bring your own. Scout around your yard for treasures like bark, acorns (fairy bowls) and moss to add to your fairy garden.
 
You don't have to believe in fairies to attend, but it is more fun if you let your imagination run wild - because this workshop is all about fun.
 
$10 fee per person covers soil, gravel, charcoal and decorative rocks for one container. Please pre-register and prepay for your spot HERE.
 
BASIC HOUSEPLANT CARE WORKSHOP
Saturday, Oct. 20
10 - 11 am
with Treasure Smith
 
 
Whether you have a single houseplant or a jungle, you want them to thrive. Treasure will lead you through the basics of keeping your houseplants and succulents happy and healthy. Demos on repotting, plant grooming, how & when to water, preventing & removing pests, and more.
HOUSEPLANT ALERT +
25% OFF PLANT CADDIES
Nighttime temps nearing 40 degrees are predicted. Please bring your houseplants inside! Tropicals don’t enjoy temperatures lower that 50 degrees and can be damaged by cool weather.
 
Our wheeled plant caddies make it easy to move your plants around inside your home (so you can try them in different spots and vacuum with ease). Choose from a few different styles and materials. Thru Thursday, Oct. 18.
Adopt Nibs the Bunny
We discovered Nibs the bunny at the Garden Center. You may have seen her picture on our Instagram account. She is very gentle, and is now in the loving care of the Asheville Humane Society awaiting her fur-ever home. Adoption info HERE.
Upcoming Workshops
Sat. Nov. 3, Sat. Tough Plants for Tough Places Workshop with Bret C. Duncan from 10 - 11:30
Have a spot in your yard that is just impossible? Too wet? Too dry? So much hard clay soil everywhere that you just want to scream!!!! Well, don't panic. There are plants out there for you! Come and explore the world of Tough Plants for Tough Places. Bret C. Duncan will discuss trees, shrubs and perennials that may help you turn that impossible spot into an oasis. Free, but please pre-register in the Garden Shop or call 828-645-3937.
 
Nov. 10, Sat.  The Winter Garden – A Season for Contemplation & Inspiration with Chris Davenport from 10-11:30
Design Considerations, Plant Selection, and of utmost importance…Soil Preparation Free, but please pre-register in the Garden Shop or call 828-645-3937.
 
Nov. 17, Sat. Holiday Open House
 
Nov. 17, Sat. 
Wreath  Workshop, Make & Take with Rachel Brownlee 10 -11:30 am
$25.00 includes materials and supplies. Please bring your own clippers if you have them. Workshop Sign-up link coming soon.
 
Dec. 1, Sat.
Swag Workshop, Make & Take with Ruth Gonzalez 10 -11:30 am
$24.00 includes materials and supplies. Please bring your own clippers if you have them. Workshop Sign-up link coming soon.
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  70 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville, NC 28787

http://www.reemscreek.com

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