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76 Monticello Road    Weaverville, NC    828-645-3937
Basic Houseplant Care Workshop This Saturday
Sat. Jan. 18 from 10 – 11 am
With Treasure Smith
Keep your jungle happy & healthy!
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.
Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Shop or call us at 828-645-3937 to register.
40% Off All Glazed Pottery
One Week Only!
You've been asking about a pottery sale...
All our glazed pottery - indoor and outdoor - is on sale this week to make way for spring shipments. Get a gorgeous pot at a major reduction just in time for Spring Container Gardens! All sizes, all shapes, all colors! Thru Thursday, Jan 23.
Strategically Site Your
Outdoor Action
Is your bird feeder placed where you will get maximum enjoyment from it during the winter months? You’ll want to watch the action from your cozy tea-drinking chair!
How about your bluebird house? Can you see the bluebirds coming and going while you wash the dishes? If not, consider moving your bluebird house to within your line of sight. Install new bluebird houses in January or February before nesting begins.
We have de-icers that allow you to enjoy the birds in your birdbath all year long. If you are not using a de-icer in the winter months, be sure to protect your birdbath from cracking due to freezing.
Shop our great selection of bird feeders, premium bird seed, and bird houses (including bluebird and screech owl houses).
 Crocus = Cheerfulness
FROM WILMA:  Some of you have expressed concern about spring bulbs beginning to sprout. The foliage is pretty tough and not usually damaged by cold and unless flower buds are showing they should be ok. Sometimes we are tempted to pile on mulch but that is not recommended - heavy wet or frozen mulch can damage emerging flowers. It is not unusual for crocus to flower this early - the meaning of crocus is “cheerfulness”.
Recent wind and rainstorms have played havoc with some of our shrubs and trees. The next few days are predicted to be cold but clear. I look forward to being outside and doing a bit of cleanup of fallen twigs and debris.
Now is a good time to assess your landscape and make plans to make changes, add plants, touch up mulch, etc. It’s not too early to make your “wish list” of plants you want to add.
Pardon Our Progress
We are installing a point-of-sale inventory system that goes live in early February.
Our Garden Shop still has much to offer, and we have all kinds of new items anxiously waiting to hit our sales floor once our new system is up and running. It is a one-time inconvenience, so please bear with us. Thanks so much!
MON-SAT: 8-6
Closed Sunday
thru March
Join us on:
Closed Sundays thru March
Upcoming Workshops

Sat. Jan. 25 from 10-11:30
Seed Starting Workshop

With Ruth Gonzalez
Seeds are magic!
Growing your own seedlings is fun and economical AND gives you a jump-start on the gardening season!
Our workshop will demonstrate successful seed starting methods - including tips on appropriate soil, temperature, lighting, watering, timing, and more. These techniques work for both vegetables and flowers and will help new and experienced gardeners.
Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Shop or call us at 828-645-3937 to register.
Saturday, Feb. 8
from 10 -11 am
With Marie Elliott
Show your love! Valentine’s Day is Friday, Feb. 14.
Create a miniature garden or tiny desert terrarium as a gift for your sweetheart… or bring your valentine(s) and learn together! Marie will guide you through the fun
process of making a terrarium from beginning to end in our cozy Garden Shop. Share the love with your significant other, your best buddy, or your child.
More info and register on Eventbrite.
On Our Farm
We are busy planting seeds at our farm. Lettuces, spinach, leeks, cabbages, broccoli and more are just starting to sprout! We are currently seeding some of our perennials too - like Arabis, Armeria, Coreopsis, and Campanula.

Snow peas sprouting!
Weaverville Tailgate Market every Wednesday at Honey & the Hive, 23 Merrimon Ave. in Weaverville. Find out more on their website or their Facebook Page.
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  70 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville, NC 28787

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