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Reems Creek Nursery
76 Monticello Rd.       Weaverville, NC        828-645-3937
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6   Closed Sunday
Trees + Shrubs + Roses 20% OFF Sale
All trees, shrubs, and roses are 20% OFF thru Thursday, Aug. 5. Shop our wide selection…plus we received a fresh shipment of shrubs just yesterday!
Make your garden and your home’s curb appeal a little sweeter with additional shrub plantings. Choose from flowering shrubs, evergreens, Japanese maples, weeping willows, native shrubs, hydrangeas, and more!
*Sorry, no warranties on discounted items, no additional discounts may be applied, and sale not valid on special requests or previous purchases. Sale does not include blue tag items. No unpaid holds, and all paid holds must be picked up within 48 hours please. Sale thru Thurs, Aug. 5.
Eat Your Vegetables
FROM WILMA:  Late July and most of August have some of the hottest and muggiest days of the year. The plus side is this is when summer veggies and fruits are in season. Sarah and I made jam from delicious freestone peaches. We have our eyes on blackberries beginning to ripen and hope to have enough for jelly - the birds are watching, too.
Bill and I had a yummy vegetable dinner last night. Some of the veggies came from my small garden, corn and green beans were from a local farmer’s market, and Dave gave me some tomatoes he had grown.
Dave recently visited his son, Cody, who is working in Northern California. They drove up to the Town of Weaverville, California which is about the same size as Weaverville, North Carolina. They arrived on a Wednesday afternoon and visited a tailgate market similar to our Weaverville Tailgate Market - also held on Wednesday afternoons.
Enjoy the season, eat your vegetables, and drink plenty of water!
David Penland out in Weaverville, California - Summer 2021
 David Penland here in Weaverville, North Carolina - Summer 2021 
Mid-Summer Garden Tips
  • Fill in bare spots with colorful annual flowers.
  • Are your petunias pooped out? Petunias are heavy feeders. Cut them back and fertilize them. You will see fresh flowers within 2-3 weeks.
  • Fertilize most annuals regularly to keep them happy and continuing to flower.
  • Deadhead annual and perennial flowers to promote continued flowering.
  • Hanging baskets and porch pots may need to be watered twice daily during hot summer weather.
  • Harvest veggies daily while they are young, tender, and at their peak flavor.
  • Harvest potatoes when the vines die. You can check for “new potatoes” once the plants are flowering.
  • You still have time to plant a second crop of squash, bush beans and cucumbers.
  • Start planning your fall garden – it is almost time to plant.
  • It is always a good time to improve your soil. Soil that is full of organic matter will be more drought tolerant and will provide better drainage in the plant’s root zone. Soil improvement is an ongoing process.
  • It is beneficial to prune water sprouts from fruit trees before August.
  • Set your lawn mower at 3” to prevent weeds and drought stress.
  • Weed-eaters can damage and kill trees and shrubs when whipped too closely.
Paint By Numbers for Grownups!
Summertime Fun in our Garden Shop: 
Paint By Numbers is a great way for anyone who enjoys painting to paint and be good at it. All you need to do is to paint the numbers with the right colors to discover a beautiful design. On top of creating a beautiful decoration for your home, made by you, painting is a calming therapeutic activity that releases stress.
This activity is great for everyone, absolutely no experience needed, and all levels can join. Each kit includes: a set of three paintbrushes (small and big), an acrylic paint set with all the paint-pots, a premium canvas, a color map of the paint by number, a picture of the finished painting, and an A3 paper chart in case you miss a number!
Potato Trivia
Fun facts for the potato growers (and eaters) in the crowd!
  • Thomas Jefferson introduced the American people to French Fries when he served them at a White House dinner around 1802. Present day Americans eat an average of 30 pounds of French Fries per year.
  • The average American eats 110 pounds of potatoes each year. That is a lot of potatoes, but Europeans eat twice as many!
  • It takes 10,000 pounds of potatoes to make 2,500 pounds of potato chips.
  • Potatoes are indigenous to the Andes Mountains of Bolivia and Peru, but are eaten across the globe.
Source and more fun facts.
Speaking of Gardening 2021
August 13 & 14, Friday & Saturday - Speaking of Gardening is back in 2021 and Reems Creek Nursery is proud to be a sponsor.
Three fabulous speakers, Claudia West, Ching-Fang Chen, and Janet Draper, will be featured on Friday afternoon. Richard Olson is the presenter on Friday evening (also appetizers and door prizes). Saturday’s event is a Garden Tour of four gardens in the Hendersonville area. Each event is separately ticketed so you can attend just one event or attend all of them. Get ready to be inspired!
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Covid Mask Update

  • North Carolina, via Executive Order 215, has revised its requirements on mask wearing. In most settings, it is now considered safe for vaccinated people to shop without a mask, both outdoors and indoors. 
  • We encourage unvaccinated people to continue wearing a mask in accordance with the new guidelines.
  • Please stay home if you have a fever, a cough, or are sick.
  • Link to full list of NC Executive Orders.
Thank you for your continued consideration of other customers and our staff members. Your support during this time has been amazing and we appreciate each and every one of you.
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  76 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville  •  NC  •  28787

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