|Iberis sempervirens |
$8.39 – 1 gal.
PERENNIAL. Candytuft’s bright white flowers spill beautifully over rock retaining walls and into pathways, or they can be snuggled into the front of the garden as a low growing perennial. The mounding foliage is evergreen, and the lacy white flowers provide early spring pollinator food. Such a happy spring look!
Shear after blooming for best appearance. Plant in full sun and amend your soil at planting time because candytuft enjoys good drainage. 6-9” tall. Deer and rabbit resistant. Zone 3-8. Gallon size only. While supplies last thru Thurs, March 19.
|30% Off Variegated Abelia|
|Sunshine Daydream, Radiance, & Kaleidoscope|
$24.49 – 3 Gal.
Bright and dramatic! A super versatile shrub, these colorful abelias tuck nicely into any landscape. Add a beautiful splash of color anywhere – in small gardens or mass plantings. Semi-evergreen foliage and tubular blush/white flowers in summer and fall. Choose from Sunshine Daydream, Radiance, & Kaleidoscope - each with a different variegation pattern ranging from softer hues to bright.
Prune lightly each spring to keep a tidy look. Plant in full sun. Zone 6-9. Limit 3 per customer while supplies last thru Thursday, March 19.
|Wilma and Bill have just returned from a road trip adventuring in Kansas and Colorado. They love taking road trips and the Denver area is one of their favorite destinations. They sent us this pic from the Continental Divide in the Rocky Mountains.|
Loveland Pass is reached via a very steep road with many hairpin turns. In 1973 the Eisenhower Tunnel was built to provide an alternative to this treacherous route...but Bill and Wilma like to live on the wild side!
|Sat. March 14 from 10-11:30|
Year-Round Vegetable Gardening
Sorry - Workshop is Full!
With Lisa Wagner
More on Vegetable Gardening Workshop.
Sat. March 28 from 10-11:30
Native Fruits of the Appalachians
With Bret C. Duncan
All aspiring fruit nuts with a conscience listen up!
Want to plant an orchard with regionally indigenous plants? Well then, you need to join us for Native Fruit of the Appalachians. In this workshop we will discuss native fruit and nut species, their care, harvesting and improved cultivars thereof. Come learn of the benefits of growing native fruit over their European and Asian cousins. Native nuts, fruit nuts and nut nuts are all welcome to this workshop!
Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Shop or call 828-645-3937. More on Native Fruit Workshop.
|Weaverville Tailgate Market will return to Reems Creek Nursery on Wed. April 1 from 2:30-6 Find out more on their website or their Facebook Page.||
Creeping Phlox arrives Friday - 80 Flats in a variety of colors
Tropicals Shipment arrives Friday - Unusual plants too!
Viburnums - including fragrant & evergreen varieties
Tea Plants (Camellia sinensis) in 1, 3, and 5 gallon pots. Grow your own tea!
Clematis Vines - beautiful selection!
|Hard-to-find spring natives have arrived in limited supply - Mayapple, Ginger (Little Brown Jug), and Virginia Bluebells.|
Other recently arrived natives include Passion Vine, Woodland Phlox, Uva Ursi, Gaultheria, Carolina Jessamine Vine, Fothergilla, Spicebush, Sweet Shrub, Franklinia (3 gal), Zenobia, and Carolina Silverbell (2 gal), native Azaleas, Redbuds, and much more!
Coming next week – a limited number of responsibly-grown baby ramps will be available. We will post their arrival on Instagram/Facebook. Locally grown and a unique mountain favorite.