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76 Monticello Rd.       Weaverville, NC        828-645-3937
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6   Closed Sunday
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Fall Garden Mums – Nice fat mums in a variety of colors at a fantastic price - $6.99 each, or by five or more for $5.99 each! They are going fast. Get them while they last!

Pansies & Violas - Plant now for cheerful color this fall and all next spring! Pansies & Violas are hardy over the wintertime, and they will happily bloom into next May 2021, with a just little dormant period in January and February. Great in flowerbeds and in container gardens. They enjoy full sun.
Fall Veggie Transplants - Eat delicious homegrown food this fall and winter. Plant your fall garden now.
Not sure where to start? Check our this Fall Gardening Workshop link. Plus this link demostrates how to set up a quick and easy winter protection low tunnel - scroll down for article. We also have easy-to-assemble Raised Beds, Daddy Pete's Raised Bed Mix, Fiberglass Rods, and Floating Row Cover in stock.
We have cover crop seed too!
Four Shrub Shipments this Week!
Camellias – Fall blooming Camellias & Tea Camellia
Rhododendron, Azalea & Mountain Laurel
Hedge Plants – Skip Laurels, Arborvitae - Emerald Green & Degroot’s Spire, B & B Holly Trees 
Evergreens – Thunderhead Pine, Conoy Viburnum, Hinoki False Cypress & more!
Iseli Nursery Shipment - Conifer lover alert!
Witch Hazel, Sourwood, Maples & lots of goodies!
For the Love of Coneflower
Echinacea - A Favorite in the Garden!
PERENNIAL. Echinacea is a long-blooming, adaptable, and easy to grow native plant that looks right at home in a wildflower meadow, an English cottage garden, or more formal gardens.
A fantastic plant for pollinator gardens that will naturalize if mature seedheads are allowed to drop seed on the ground. Birds, especially goldfinches, will feed on the seedheads in the fall and winter. All echinaceas are a great cut flower; deadhead to promote reblooming. 
Plant in full sun to part sun in average well-drained soil. Divide about every 4 years. Deer tolerant. Named after the Greek word for hedgehog or sea urchin. Zones 3-5 to 8.
Only some of our echinaceas are showing color at this time, but fall planting will make for sturdy springtime plants ready to burst into bloom next summer.
Echinacea purpurea - The straight species. Purplish pink blooms with striking cone center, blooms June to August, native to Eastern North America. The flowers of Echinacea purpurea and its various cultivars provide nectar for native bees, butterflies and skippers. The foliage and flowers act as a host plant for the caterpillars of the Silvery Checkerspot Butterfly and some moths. Good cut flower. 2-5’ tall x 1.5-2 wide. Tolerates black walnut. Zone 3-8.
Echinacea purpurea ‘Magnus Superior’ - Considered one of the best Echinacea cultivars - with deeper purple petals, larger copper cone, and darker stems. Blooms June – August and readily self-seeds. Full sun best. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators.  2-3’ tall x 1-1.5’ wide. Tolerates black walnut. Zone 3-8.
Echinacea purpurea  ‘White Swan’ - Large flowers with slightly drooping white petals and copper-orange central cone. Blooms June-August. Excellent for massing and combines beautifully with purple coneflowers. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. 2-3’ tall x 1-2’ wide. Tolerates black walnut. Zone 3-8.
Echinacea purpurea ‘Pica Bella’ - Compact coneflower with narrow deep pink petals and copper-orange central cone usually growing to 24”. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. Long blooming June-Sept. 1.5 tall x 1-2 wide. Tolerates black walnut. Zone 3-8.
Echinacea purpurea ‘Pow Wow White’ - Compact sturdy coneflower with large 3-4” flowers with white overlapping petals. Blooms late spring to late summer. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. 1.5-2’ tall x 1-1.5 wide. Tolerates black walnut. Zone 3-8.
Echinacea paradoxa - Yellow coneflower. Large fragrant flowers have drooping yellow to orange petals. Native to the Ozarks - Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. Blooms mid-June to mid-July. Combines nicely with purple coneflower. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. Plant in full sun. Zone 5-8.
Echinacea ‘Sombrero Sangrito’ – Compact sturdy plants produce lots of flowers. Single flowers have overlapping red-orange petals and large brown cones. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. Blooms mid-summer to early fall. Zone 4-9.
Echinacea ‘Sombrero Lemon Yellow improved’ – Bold and beautiful! Compact, well-branching Echinacea has bright lemon yellow blooms with staying power. Excellent cut flower. Blooms June to September. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. 2’ tall x 2.5-3’ wide. Zone 5-9.
Echinacea ‘Sombrero Tres Amigos’ – Compact sturdy plants with lightly fragrant flowers that emerge peachy-coral and mature to rose-pink and magenta creating an array of flower colors. Blooms mid-summer to early fall. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. 1.5-2’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 4-9.
Echinacea ‘Fiery Meadow Mama’ – Fiery bi-color yellow to red petals surround a chocolate brown cone. Good Cut Flower. Attracts pollinators. Blooms early summer to early fall. 1.5-2’ tall x 1.5 wide. Zone 5-9.
Echinacea ‘Hot Papaya’ – Sizzling red flowers with showy centers on strong upright stems. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. Blooms June-Aug. 2.5-3’ tall x 2-2.5 wide. Zone 4-9.
Echinacea Prairie Stars ‘Tomato Soup’ – Large flowers with tomato-red petals and orange-brown center. Originated from an Echinacea paradoxa/Echinacea purpurea cross. Blooms June - August. Good cut flower. Attracts pollinators. 2-3’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 4-9.
 Planting for Delight
FROM WILMA:  From slight inclines to steep slopes, many of us have a bank that presents a landscape challenge. After several years of keeping a bank in front of our house neatly mulched with pine straw, we are developing it into a pollinator area. Passionflower vines, berry plants, and pollinator plants are gradually taking over. It is less work, more interesting, and a benefit to wildlife.

From my kitchen window I can see a dogwood tree that is heavily laden with berries. It is fun to watch lots of birds feast on them! Native trees, shrubs, and perennials provide food, shelter, and sometimes host plants for many forms of wildlife. 
The Garden Center is well-stocked with a variety of native plants. I have my eye on a few perennials and a spicebush I plan to add to my pollinator areas. Fall is the optimum time to plant!
Container Garden Workshop - Zoom
Zoom Online Workshop
Cool Season Container Gardens 
Sat, Oct. 17, 2020
10 - 11 am with Q & A
With Mardi Letson
Landscape designer, Mardi Letson, will cover tips for selecting, planting, and caring for cool season containers and plants, as well as including lots of inspirational photos to spark your creativity! We will get a glimpse into actual projects where containers have been used to solve a design challenge. Questions will be welcomed!!
RSVP and more info…
Please do not sign up more than once.
Hours & Protocols
Hours: Mon thru Sat: 9-6, Closed Sunday
  • NC Executive Order #163 and #169 state "Face coverings are still required in public when it is not possible to maintain social distancing from non-household members. In Phase 3, this requirement applies to any public place or business, indoor or outdoor." 
  • Please help us comply with this Order by wearing a mask while shopping with us.
  • Please keep 6’ away from other customers and staff as much as possible.
  • Please stay home if you have a fever, a cough, or are sick.
  • Please leave dogs home during this time to prevent congestion.
  • Please load your own bagged goods at this time
  • Cashiers are located outdoors and sometimes indoors.
  • We have expanded our cleaning routines and we offer Sanitation Stations near our checkout stands - inside and outside. Our staff arrives prior to opening to allow us time to clean and sanitize before customers arrive.
Thank you for your consideration of other customers and our staff members. We want everyone to feel safe during their visit to Reems Creek Nursery. Our heartfelt thanks for your enthusiasm and support during this challenging time.
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  76 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville  •  NC  •  28787

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