|76 Monticello Rd. Weaverville, NC 828-645-3937 www.reemscreek.com|
HOURS: Mon - Sat: 9-6 Closed Sunday
We Are Plant People - Going Strong Since 1979
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|More Fruit Arrived This Week!|
|WE LOVE FRUIT and more fruit arrived this week! Along with our main fruit section, shop for "funky fruits" like goji berries, elderberry, kiwi, figs, and grafted pawpaw, plus tree fruits in smaller pots and citrus fruits. |
Citrus Fruits - Meyer lemon, limes, & blood orange
Gold Rush Apple, 1 gallon size - hard to find cultivar!
Medlar - Cultivated since Roman times
Nikita's Gift Persimmon. 1 gallon size
Illinois Everbearing Mulberry, 1 gallon size
Elderberries - Nova, York, and Bob Gordon, 1 gallon size
Shop for these smaller fruits in the Perennial area. Be sure to check out our main fruit section too, with fruit trees and berries. Here's our 2022 Fruit List.
Additional new arrivals not yet on our list: Hazelnuts! We have tall 5 gallon size 'Jefferson' and 'Felix' hazelnuts...they will pollinate each other.
Plant your own fruit and look forward to a delicious harvest that nourishes your family. Kids love fruit!
|Trees & Shrubs|
Three more shipments this week!
Including Schip Laurels, Otto Luyken Laurels, & Arborvitae
Plus...weeping cherries, crabapples, river birch, serviceberry, Nellie Stevens holly, red maples, sugar maples, hawthorns, evergreen shrubs, illicium, abelia and much more.
Mediterranean Pink, Mediterranean White, and Kramer's Red
Lenten Rose & Primrose
Asparagus Crowns have arrived!
3 Varieties, 10 Crowns per Bunch
- Mary Washington - heirloom variety that sets seed
- Jersey Giant - green all-male hybrid, highly productive
- Purple Passion - purple green all-male hybrid, highly productive
Onions & Potatoes
White & yellow sweet onions for your spring garden...
Onion Sets - yellow, white & red
Sweet Onion Bunches also available - yellow & white
Seed Potatoes - Yukon Gold, Kennebec, and Red Pontiac
Perennial Shipment Arriving Friday Morning!
Bunches of creeping phlox will be on Friday's perennial shipment. Did you know that this favorite early bloomer is also a native plant that pollinators love?
New Posters & Postcards - Lovely!
Made in USA on handmade seeded paper using eco-friendly materials.
Beautifully Crafted Posters - Must see in person!
Postcards on seeded paper
These veggies are sustainably-grown on our Farm using organic fertilizers and organic pest control if needed.
Cool season vegetable transplants are looking incredible in our greenhouse right now. Our yummy selection includes beets, red & green lettuces, kales, cabbages, creasy greens, rainbow chard, tatsoi, pak choi, mustard, broccoli, cauliflower, arugula, endive, snow peas, and sugar snap peas. This time of year vegetables will need to be hardened off* prior to planting outside and some require extra protection on freezing nights.
*What does “hardening off” mean? Vegetable transplants that have been raised indoors need to be hardened off before planting them outdoors. That means gently exposing them to the elements – soft breezes, outdoor light, and cooler temps prior to planting. To harden off, on milder days set your transplants outdoors during the day and bring them in at night. Overcast days are ideal. After a few days of this treatment, they will begin to toughen up. Plant them during a stretch of mild weather with no frost/freezing conditions predicted for a few days. For cold protection, ideally install a simple low tunnel at planting time.
installing an affordable low tunnel for cold protection is easy. No heavy lifting involved! Floating row cover and fiberglass rods are available for purchase in our lower Garden Shop.
Just ask us…we are happy to answer any questions!
*If we run short and have to buy-in conventional vegetables, we mark them as conventionally-grown.
Bill and Wilma love going on road trips. Driving to Denver, San Antonio, or New Mexico does not phase them in the least and neither does snow - they look forward to it! This trip they are in Norton, Kansas visiting their special friend Donna. This picture was taken on a beautiful sunny day with a high temperature of 10 degrees.
Wilma with special friend Donna
Seed Starting Workshop - just a few spots left!
Reems Creek Nursery
Sat. March 5, 2022
10 - 11:30
Seeds are magic! Growing your own seedlings is fun and economical AND gives you a jump-start on the gardening season!
Grow your own transplants! Our workshop will demonstrate successful seed starting methods – including tips on appropriate soil, temperature, lighting, watering, timing, and more. These techniques work for both vegetables and flowers and will help new and experienced gardeners.
Free, but you must pre-register. Limited class size.
|Reems Creek Nursery is hiring for the 2022 Season! If you'd love to work at our Garden Center, we'd love to talk to you. Please fill out this employment application and bring it into our Garden Shop during business hours, Mon-Sat: 9-6.|
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