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76 Monticello Road    Weaverville, NC    828-645-3937
20% Off Oakleaf Hydrangea
Hydrangea quercifolia/Oakleaf Hydrangea

'Gatsby Moon' and 'Gatsby Star'
$19.99 - 2 gallon
Regularly $24.99
Two spectacular oakleaf hydrangeas! Gatsby Moon has full double flowers that age to green; Gatsby Star’s double flowers (similar to ‘Snowflake’) age to pink. The foliage of both add great texture to the garden, turning burgundy-red in fall. The showy blooms of this native plant are long lasting and the fall foliage color can be remarkable with exfoliating bark that adds winter interest.
Plant these beauties in part sun to full sun in moist well-drained soil. Oakleaf hydrangeas bloom on old wood so prune immediately after flowering when needed. 6-8’ tall and 6-8’ wide. Deciduous. Zone 5-9. Locally grown on our farm! While supplies last thru Thursday, Oct. 3.
40th Anniversary
Fall Celebration & Dedication
Sat, Sept. 28
40th Anniversary Fall Celebration
1 to 3 PM - We are still celebrating our 40th!
Join us on Saturday, Sept. 28 from 1-3 pm for hotdogs and mini-cupcakes to celebrate our 40th year in business. From our 1979 start in Wilma & Bill Penland’s front yard to our current Garden Center…it has been an exciting run.
Huge appreciation goes out to all the folks who have supported our family-owned business during the last 40 years and a big welcome to our esteemed new customers! We appreciate each and every one of you. Thank you!
2 PM - Pollinator Garden Dedication to Gerri
Please gather with us to honor Gerri Neville Cole in a heartfelt dedication of our Pollinator Garden to this very special person who recently passed away. Gerri Neville Cole worked for Reems Creek Nursery for 28 years and was a walking encyclopedia of plant knowledge. She mentored many staff members and is fondly remembered by all.
The potting shed where Gerri grew an abundant supply of flowers and vegetables was located exactly where our Pollinator Garden now sits. Appropriately, this special spot will be “coming up flowers” in honor of Gerri for decades to come.
Watering Advice...It's Dry!
FROM WILMA:  The weather has been extremely dry and your plants need water. Having been in the nursery/horticulture business for the past 40 years* we have experienced several droughts, many of which occurred in the fall. In looking back at notes from 1999, I found a list of watering priorities that should be followed now.
  • Newly planted (within the last year) trees, shrubs, and perennials should be watered as a priority before well-established plants.
  • Shallow-rooted ornamentals like dogwoods, azaleas, rhododendron, and blueberries dry quickly and should be watered on a regular basis.
  • Large, valuable, and historic or specimen trees should be near the top of your watering list. Large oaks trees are particularly vulnerable to drought.
  • Fall veggie plantings may be a top priority, too.
  • Lawns tend to go dormant in dry periods and don’t need irrigation.
A deep soaking once a week is more efficient that a small amount of water daily. Drip irrigation and soaker hoses are a good investment.

*Join us this Saturday, September 28 from 1-3 pm as we continue to celebrate our 40th Anniversary!
Beauty Of Bulbs Workshop
Sat. Oct. 5 at 10 am
The Beauty
of Bulbs
With Chris Davenport
PLANT ahead for spring beauty! Bulbs burst forth with blooms to boost the spirit and chase away the gloom of winter. Chris will introduce us to a colorful array of bulbs for sun, for shade, and even for wet areas – along with companion plants for bulbs that keep your garden looking gorgeous as the season moves forward.
Learn about planting formally or naturalistically, nurturing your bulbs, and tricks for vole protection. Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Shop or call 828-645-3938.
New Shipment of Lenten Rose
We have over 11 different cultivars of Lenten Rose/Hellebores including the Brandywine, Gold Collection ® Merlin, and Pirouette. Since hellebores are evergreen, they provide wonderful winter interest and early spring blooms. Plant in part shade to full shade in well-drained neutral to sweet soil. Deer resistant.
MON-SAT: 8-6
SUN: 10-5
Sunday Hours thru Christmas
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25% Off Spiderwort
Tradescantia ‘Sweet Kate’ & ‘Blue Stone’
$8.99 – 1 gallon
Regularly $11.99

The elusive blue flower! Spiderwort is an easy-to-grow native perennial that attracts pollinators, tolerates black walnut, and will tolerate “wet feet”. Sweet Kate’s purple flowers are set off by her bright yellow-green foliage. Blue Stone has periwinkle-colored flowers and soft green foliage.
Tradescantia has numerous flower buds that open for one day only. Extend you bloom time by deadheading once all the buds in each cluster have bloomed.
Plant in full sun to part sun. The yellow foliage of ‘Sweet Kate’ is best in full sun. Blooms late spring to mid-summer. Zone 4-9. While supplies last thru Thursday, Oct. 3.
-Camellias-Fall Blooming
-Trees-Lots of them!
-Shrubs-New and pretty
The Tree & Shrub Department is cooking right now - with many new shipments. Fall is the recommended planting time for most shrubs and trees, and the selection is excellent!
Thank You!
Thank you for voting Reems Creek the #1 Nursery for 6 years in a row!
We appreciate each and every one of you. Our customers are the best!
Nashville and Cleveland Trips
Susan and Marie are getting inspired in Nashville attending the 2019 Fall Event of The Garden Center Group along with 190 people from garden centers all across the USA and Canada.
Check out Marie with a huge variegated Monstera!
Kathrine and Debbie are in Cleveland at a big show...finding wonderful items for next year!
New product!
Espoma Cottonseed Meal
A vegan source of Nitrogen
Reems Creek Nursery is hosting the Weaverville Tailgate Market every Wednesday thru October from 2:30 - 6 pm.
Find out more on their website or their Facebook Page.
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  76 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville, NC 28787

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