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Reems Creek Nursery
76 Monticello Rd.       Weaverville, NC        828-645-3937
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6   Closed Sunday
"The enjoyment of scenery employs the mind without fatigue and yet exercises it; tranquilizes it and yet enlivens it; and thus, through the influence of the mind over the body gives the effect of refreshing rest and reinvigoration to the whole system."      -Frederick Law Olmsted
In other words...nature nurtures! Frederick Law Olmstead is considered the father of American landscape architecture. He co-designed Central Park in New York City and other park systems. He is locally renown for designing the grounds at the Biltmore Estate. 
Around the Garden Center
We're packed with gorgeous conifers!
We just received another shipment of beautiful conifers and other goodies including Japanese Maples. Larger ball & burlap Blue Spruce and Pine also arrived!
Hinoki False Cypress in the foreground.
Specialty Topiaries - Striking at your front entrance!
Colors + Textures + Evergreen = Wow!
Japanese Maples 
Many Japanese Maples arrived in a variety of sizes - including one-gallon size Japanese Maples.
 Japanese Maples starting to take on some fall color!
Fall Garden Mums
Beautiful nice fat Mums in a variety of colors at a great price!
8" Mums: $7.99 each, 5 or more at $6.99 each
Larger sizes also available.
Great Selection Pansies & Violas!
Get your pansies and johnny-jump-ups planted soon. They will pay you back with color until Mother's Day! They are beautiful around your mailbox, in flower beds and in container gardens. So many colors to choose from...mix and match your way to fun color combinations.
Cool temps and feeling like fall! We've got awesome pumpkins for fall decorating, along with corn shocks and wheat straw bales. More pumpkins and gourds arriving soon!
 Tanya teaching . . .
This past week Tanya gave a talk called "Embracing Your Shade" to the Madison County Master Gardener's Garden Club. We enjoyed seeing all in attendance!
30% Off Water Plants
Add interest, color, and texture to your pond, waterfall or container water garden at a great price.
All Water Plants are 30% off including hardy and perennial plants - such as pickerel, swamp hibiscus, lobelia, swamp sunflower, equisetum, thalia, carnivorous plants and many more! Thru Thurs. Sept. 30.
Autumn in the Garden
FROM WILMA:  Allen Lacy, author of The Garden in Autumn, refers to autumn as a “time of sweet disorder”. As fall begins there is a beauty in “sweet disorder”. Untidy gone-to-seed flowers with birds feeding on them, butterflies lazily flitting about on overgrown zinnias, and floppy asters and goldenrod are part of this beauty.
Some of my container gardens are still presentable but soon basil and other herbs need to be harvested, annuals removed, and plantings refurbished. Lettuce, greens, kale, pansies, and other cool-tolerant plants will provide color as well as salads into late fall. Mixed plantings of perennials like heuchera, grasses, and small evergreens make good wintertime container gardens.
Autumn is definitely the time of pumpkins that add so much to fall décor as well as make us hungry for pumpkin pie, etc. Some of you have asked which are best for cooking. Pumpkins, winter squash, and gourds are all members of the same family (Cucurbitaceae). Most of the pumpkins can be eaten but the smaller pie pumpkins are probably best. Many of the more decorative ones are actually winter squash and are edible. 
Upcoming Workshop

A Songbird in My Garden
Zoom Online Workshop
Sat. Oct. 16 at 10 am
With Chris Davenport on Zoom
Songbirds fill the garden with life and beauty! One garden at a time, let's create environments that nurture and sustain them!
Consider humankind’s age-old love affair with birds. Looking back and moving forward – we’ll discuss our relationship with birds – their allure, how the past choices have led to dramatic declines in bird populations, and most importantly, how our choices more and register.
Seasonal Reminders
HOUSEPLANTS: Nighttime temperatures are below 50 degrees. Bring your houseplants inside now - before they start to pout or (worse) die from cold exposure. Inspect your plants thoroughly for insects and disease, and treat if needed, before bringing them inside.
LAWNS: Seed new cool season lawns (fescue & bluegrass) in September. The most successful time to seed and overseed lawns is in the fall. You can also fertilize with a slow-release fertilizer during September, October, and November. Apply lime to lawns and vegetable garden if needed. 
PANSIES: Pansies planted now will root in well and become nicely established.
VEGGIES: Plant your fall garden. Be sure to harvest your sweet potatoes before frost, and harvest tender herbs, especially basil, before frost.
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Covid Mask Update - Masks Required Indoors
  • 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.
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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