|76 Monticello Rd. Weaverville, NC 828-645-3937 www.reemscreek.com||
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6 Closed Sunday
|30% OFF All Ball & Burlap Trees/Shrubs|
|All ball & burlap Trees and Shrubs are 30% Off thru Thursday, August 12. Choose from conifers, hollies, European hornbeam and more!|
Pinus schwerinii 'Wiethorst'
Conifer lovers will love this!
*Sorry, no warranties on discounted items, no additional discounts may be applied. No unpaid holds, and all paid holds must be picked up within 48 hours please. Sale thru Thurs, Aug. 12.
Just received these hard-to-find rare tropical beauties!
ARE YOU A…Collector of exotic beauties? Plantparent who wants more children? LOOKING FOR… Some inspiration on your WFH desk? A plant buddy for your dorm room study nook?
Checkout these rare finds: Alocasia bagina ‘Dragon Scale', Alocasia longiloba 'Dragon's Tooth', Alocasia reginula ‘Black Velvet’, Calathea 'White Fusion', Calathea 'White Star', Hoya carnosa AKA Rope Hoya, Hoya pubea, a variety of 2” hoya, and lots of new Tillandsia.
Plus, look for all of your favorite tropicals along with these rarities. We have some fun little Philodendrons in various colors.
We are VERY excited to be able to offer a range of plant sizes, foliage colors, textures, and of course variegation to brighten up your space.
They won’t be around for long!
|Style your new plant with a pretty pot - we have new arrivals and lots of choices in our shed for Indoor Pottery.|
|FROM WILMA: Time spent in or near the garden in the evenings can be pleasant especially after a hot, muggy August day. Tending plants or just sitting and taking in sights and sounds can be relaxing. Bill and I occasionally observe beautiful sunsets as we sit outside in the evenings.|
Hummingbirds and other birds are active in early evenings and are fun to watch. Every now and then I sit by Sarah’s pond in the evening and enjoy watching fish, frogs, and dragonflies. Water plants both in and around the pond are pretty. Check out our selection of water plants as well as fish and pond supplies.
Petunias, heliotrope, nicotiana, and garden phlox provide a bit of fragrance at dusk and into the evening. Scented geraniums and herbs like lavender, pineapple sage, mints, and lemon balm are fragrant, also. Four o’clocks reseed readily (I have them in an out-of-the-way area) - their fragrant flowers open late in the day and attract nocturnal pollinators.
Sunset by Wilma
|Around the Garden Center and the Farm...|
We have a few fall veggies available at the Garden Center right now – some from our farm and some from another vendor. Our main farm-grown fall vegetable crop should be ready to sell in a couple of weeks.
On our farm we’re also tending to the fall garden mums – grown so beautifully by our farm crew. Our perennial mum crop is filling out. People and pollinators both love these daisy-like fall bloomers.
We’re gearing up for upcoming fall shipments and securing orders for Spring of 2022. You wouldn’t think we’d be placing orders for next March, April, and May in the middle of the summer, but that’s the way it works in the garden center business. It takes time to grow plants!
Weeds shoot up in August. Prevention is key. Take a little time now to weed and mulch your garden beds - so you can sit back enjoy the summer colors and delicious harvest.
Pictured above: Growing on our Farm and coming soon! 'Vitamum Solar Flare' Chrysanthemum
|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. We consider Speaking of Gardening one of the most inspirational events we attend each year.|
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!
Covid Mask Update
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.
- 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.
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