|Reems Creek Nursery is Open!|
Our business hours are Mon-Sat: 8-6.
We are a mostly open-air business that allows for lots of fresh air and sunshine. Gardening is a healthy pursuit that feeds the body, mind, and soul through exercise, fresh air, delicious food and beauty.
That being said...your safety and the safety of our staff is our top priority.We are keeping abreast of any official government updates and will adjust accordingly.
For the safety of our customers and staff:
We are able to take phone orders (828-645-3937) and temporarily provide curbside pickup. We are getting many phone calls so please be patient with us as we assist you. We also offer delivery services. Please stay in touch and let us know how we can serve you best, now and always.
- We are taking extra cleaning measures and frequently sanitizing doorknobs, counters, and other surfaces throughout the day.
- We are leaving the doors to our interior spaces open as much as possible to keep the air fresh and clean.
- We are practicing Social Distancing and ask that you give other customers and our staff members an ample space of six feet when possible.
- We also ask our valued customers to stay home if you are not feeling well, have recently traveled outside the country, or have knowingly been exposed to the virus.
Thanks so much for supporting our small family business. We appreciate each and every one of you!
|FROM WILMA: Most every winter Bill and I make a trip to the mountains of New Mexico and Colorado - he loves seeing (and driving in) snow. Earlier this month we were there and enjoyed the snow as well as a visit with a cousin in Denver. Along the way home we also spent a couple of fun days with our good friends, Donna and Virgil, who live in northern Kansas.|
Donna, among her many talents, is a superb gardener. She has seedlings started in mini-greenhouses, amaryllis in various stages of bloom, and a jam-packed garden. Whenever I visit Donna I try to take her a plant, seeds, etc. from Reems Creek Nursery. A few years ago I took blackberry plants but they never produced (Kansas weather?). Donna and I dug them up and I brought them back home to NC and have planted them in my garden.
Bradford pears are blooming most everywhere - we must have seen millions (including their invasive seedlings) as we traveled. Be on the lookout and destroy any Bradford pear seedlings if they sprout up on your property.
Better choices for your landscape are native flowering trees like dogwood, serviceberry, redbud, or fringe trees. Native oaks, maples, black gums, sweet gums, and river birch are also available now.
|Beautiful Spring Shipments|
|Amazing Tree/Shrub and Perennial Shipments this week!|
Gorgeous Ball & Burlap Specimens
More one gallon size Shrubs - start smaller and more affordably!
Broad range of Perennials
Vegetables are going fast!
New Shipment Soil Amendments. They're going fast!
|Coming soon - starting April 5 we will be open on Sunday!|
|$3.74 – 4” pot|
Choose from four great spring-blooming groundcovers:
Mount Atlas Daisy Anacyclus pyrethrum
Aurinia saxatilis ‘Gold Ball’
Armeria maritima Morning Star 'Deep Rose'
These cuties are perfect for rock gardens and along the edges of pathways, and some will tumble nicely over retaining walls. They bloom in spring and bring bright pops of color and texture to the spring garden. All grow to 4-6” tall. While supplies last thru Thurs, March 26.
Our Native Fruits of the Appalachians (on Sat, March 28) Workshop has been canceled to provide for customer and staff physical-distancing safety. We hope to produce some mini-videos or a Facebook Live post on Native Fruits that we will share on Instagram & Facebook...so keep your eyes out for those.