|76 Monticello Rd. Weaverville, NC 828-645-3937 www.reemscreek.com|
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6 Closed Sunday
|Houseplant Sale – Two Days Only!|
20% Off ALL Houseplants this Friday & Saturday only, Sept. 17 & 18. We are celebrating National Indoor Plant Week. Any size, any shape, and type of houseplant…from succulents to fiddle leaf figs, from 2” terrarium plants to large houseplants and tropical hanging baskets, ALL houseplants are on sale.
Plus - we just received a new shipment of houseplants on Wednesday afternoon!
|Beautiful Conifer Shipment from Iseli Nursery|
Premium conifers from Iseli Nursery arrived this week - shop from a gorgeous selection of evergreen colors, textures and sizes. So Luscious! Larger Japanese maples came in too, along with many other goodies!
Heaths and Heathers Also from Iseli - looking so colorful!
Mini -conifers too! Great for container gardens and bonsai.
Fall Garden Mums
Beautiful nice fat Mums in a variety of colors at a great price!
8" Mums: $7.99 each, or...buy 5 or more at $6.99 each
Larger sizes also available.
Great Selection Pansies & Violas!
They should be ready for sale on Saturday!
- Second shipment of spring-blooming bulbs
- Pumpkins and gourds for fall decorating
Upcoming Zoom Workshop
A Songbird in Your Garden
Sat. Oct. 16 at 10 am
With Chris Davenport on Zoom
*Sign up link will be uploaded soon.
|FROM WILMA: Part of my garden, a natural area, and the neighbor’s pasture are visible from my kitchen window. I never tire of the view as I watch pollinators, birds, and other wildlife. There is much activity now - busy squirrels, lingering hummingbirds, bees and other pollinators, and birds feeding on seed-heads. Last evening Bill and I watched a fat groundhog munching away on morning glory leaves and other greenery. I have mixed feelings about the groundhog!|
Even a small area can be planted to attract pollinators, hummingbirds, etc. I talked with a lady yesterday who lives in an apartment with limited gardening space. Tanya had helped her choose pollinator plants for it and she exclaimed about how much she is enjoying it.
Fall is the optimum time to plant trees, shrubs, perennials, and ornamental grasses that benefit wildlife. The Garden Center is well-stocked with many of these plants. Native trees like beech, maples, sourwood, black gum, dogwood, and oaks are especially important. If you have the opportunity, read Doug Tallamy's book on "The Nature of Oaks". Stop in soon!
Pictured: White oak in Wilma's yard. Note the large rock under the tree where Bill and Wilma sit to watch the sunset.
|Bring Your Houseplants Inside|
|Keep your houseplants junglicious!|
When nighttime temps start hitting 50 degrees, it is time to bring your houseplants inside for the winter. Don’t wait until frost is imminent…they need a little time to adjust to the change of habitat. Pull off any yellow or dead leaves and trim your plants if needed. Next, inspect every plant for insects and diseases. Look underneath the leaves and in the cracks and crannies for insects that may be hiding. Treat any problems before bringing your plant inside.
If you need replenish their soil or move the plant into a larger pot, we have specialty potting soils in smaller sizes (Cactus, African Violet, Orchid, and Organic), plus a nice selection of larger bagged potting soils. Check out our fun selection of indoor pottery located in the outdoor cashier shed.
Generally, most houseplants enjoy the brightest indirect light you can give them indoors – so site your plants where they will be happiest if possible. Houseplants soothe the soul, soften your interiors, and refresh the air inside your home. Breathe in the good green vibes!
|Wednesday, Sept. 22 at 3:21 pm EDT|
On the Equinox and the official start of the fall season, day and night are approximately equal in length. If you lived on the equator, the sun would appear directly overhead on the fall and spring Equinoxes.
|This juried art show is so much fun! Plan a trip to Art In Autumn and to Reems Creek Nursery this Saturday.|
Art in Autumn
Sat, Sept. 18
Read more here.
Covid Mask Update - Masks Required Indoors
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.
- All people 5 years and older, regardless of vaccination status, are now required to wear a mask in all indoor public spaces in Buncombe County.
- Details: On August 18, 2021, the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners declared a Local State of Emergency requiring residents and visitors in any indoor spaces in public spaces to maximize protection from the Delta variant and prevent possibly spreading it to others. Effective immediately, indoor public spaces include business establishments, offices and workplaces, public transportation facilities and vehicles, and any indoor place the public is invited and allowed to enter and gather. The order applies to all people who are at least 5 years old, and face coverings are recommended for all people over the age of 2.
- Please stay home if you have a fever, a cough, or are sick.
- Link to full list of NC Executive Orders.