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Reems Creek Nursery
76 Monticello Rd.       Weaverville, NC        828-645-3937
HOURS: Mon-Sat: 9-6   Closed Sunday 
We Are Plant People - Going Strong Since 1979
Maybe it was all the thunder and lightning last week…but spring green has arrived just in time for Easter. The mountainsides are beginning to soften with halos of baby green, dogwoods and redbuds are blooming, and creeping phlox is carpeting our gardens with bright happy color.
Itching to decorate for Easter and get your fingers in the dirt? We have lots of Easter color, grab-and-grow porch ferns, and pretty plants galore. Come visit!
Wishing you a wonderful Easter holiday!
Around the Garden Center
Huge Shipment of Tropical Bloomers
Including mandevilla vines in multiple colors and sizes, tropical hibiscus in gorgeous colors, flowering jasmine vines, elephant ears, shrimp plants, gardenias with their intoxicating scent, and more!
Porch Ferns
Boston Fern hanging baskets, Macho Ferns, and Kimberly Queen Ferns (able to handle sun) are all looking lush! Get the spring vibes happening. If temps drop below 50 degrees, bring your ferns inside overnight.
Trees & Shrubs
New shipments keep rolling in...dogwoods, boxwood, hydrangea, viburnums, cryptomeria, sourwoods, and much more. Colorful foliage, interesting textures, and buds starting to pop!
Live Ladybugs Are Here!
Did you know that ladybugs love eating aphids for breakfast, lunch, and dinner? Ladybugs and their larvae are voracious eaters of aphids and other garden pests like mealy bugs, spidermites, scale, whitefly, thrips, leafhoppers and more. Each ladybug can devour up to 50 garden pests per day. They will mate and lay eggs, and their larvae are big eaters too!
Use in your organic garden, greenhouse, or interiorscapes. Store your ladybugs in the refrigerator and release them in the evening. All of them do not need to be released at the same time.
 Ladybug Larvae...AKA Aphid Lion
Strawberry Plants
4-packs of Everbearing and Junebearing Strawberries. Yummy!
Three Big Perennial Shipments This Week
So many plants, so much choice...the Perennial Department is bursting with beautiful plants!
Water Plants
First shipment of water plants is here! Shop for hardy water lilies, various iris, variegated sweet flag, swamp hibiscus, horsetail, and more! Fish arriving next week!
We’ve restocked! Shop for delicious vegetable & herb seeds, and colorful flower seeds + seeds and planting trays for microgreens.
Seven different varieties of Tillandsia – all adorable and perfect for an Easter basket! Pair it with a glass globe.
50% Off Cool Season Veggie Transplants 
Choose from a delicious selection of lettuces & salad greens, kale, red cabbage, broccoli, rainbow chard, turnips, spring peas, spinach, radicchio, endive, beets, collards, kohlrabi, and more.
Still plenty of time to plant your salad and greens garden.
For the Love of Blueberries
FROM JOY:  Blueberries are one of my favorite plants. They are extremely delicious AND nutritious - packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Studies have shown that a regular intake of blueberries can help prevent a variety of cardiac issues. An interesting 2019 study found that eating 1 cup of blueberries per day could improve cardiac health outcomes in patients already at risk or under treatment for a variety of heart-related issues, which is pretty remarkable for a humble berry! 
Blueberries are also a native plant and a lovely pollinator plant. When the blueberries are blooming here at Reems Creek Nursery, bees show up - including our native bumblebees, carpenter bees, and non-native honeybees - and have a pollinator party. It is always a delight to see them, knowing the hearty fruits of summer will be here before we know it. 
We received a wonderful new shipment of blueberries this week from our Propagation Farm, and have a good inventory to choose from.
For further reading on that 2019 study,
Winter Burn on Schip Laurels
The Schip Laurels in our hedgerow recently started showing signs of winter burn, plus we've heard reports from friends with the same issue.
Don't worry. Your Schip Laurel is NOT dead or dying. It was either damaged by frost or dried out from the relentless winds we have been experiencing. You don't need to do anything. Just be patient. In a month or so, spring growth will have pushed the burned leaves off your shrub and everything will be fine and looking pretty again.
Give your Schip Laurel regular deep drinks of water this season to help relieve the stress of the winter burn.
Upcoming Workshops 
Permaculture in the Backyard Landscape
Reems Creek Nursery - Filling up quickly!
Sat, April 23, 2022 
10 – 11:30 AM
With Laura Ruby
Get the lowdown on Permaculture and get started in your yard!
Have you heard of permaculture but you’re still not sure what it is exactly? Are you interested in how permaculture can help you make your landscape more sustainable and regenerative? Then this is the class for you! Laura will give...Read more and register.
Spring Into Beauty
Reems Creek Nursery - Filling up quickly!
Sat, April 30, 2022
10 – 11:30 am
With Tanya LaCorte & Chris Davenport
New to gardening or ready to reimagine your garden spaces? 
This class will include essentials like soil prep, plant-happiness techniques, and bringing delight to each season. Tanya & Chris will discuss design basics and creating lush layers of garden color and texture using trees, shrubs, and perennials. Read more and register.
There are no workshops during extra-busy May. Workshops will resume in June.
Please vote for Reems Creek Nursery
in the Best of WNC with Mountain Xpress!
Dear wonderful customers and plant lovers...we hope you'll take the time to vote for us in the "Best of WNC".
Did you know that many of the plants you see at our Garden Center are grown right here on our Propagation Farm in the Reems Creek Valley? All of our Farm-raised plants are Bee-Friendly and our Farm-raised vegetables are grown using sustainable methods. 
Our mission: At Reems Creek Nursery, we are plant people, devoted to helping our customers improve the world around them with beautiful plants. We create natural beauty while cultivating customer and employee relationships that foster growth, knowledge, and goodwill within our community and environment.
We are so appreciative of your support of our small, family owned business!
Community News
Weaverville Tailgate Market is officially open for the season. They are open every Wednesday from 3 – 6 in their beautiful new location at the Weaverville Community Center overlooking Lake Louise.
Weaverville Community Center: 60 Lakeshore Drive in Weaverville.
Speaking of Gardening: Early bird tickets to the Speaking of Gardening Symposium are now available. The symposium will be held on Friday & Saturday, August 12-13 at the Double Tree by Hilton in Biltmore Village. More info and register HERE.
Bee City USA - Asheville: 10th Anniversary Yearlong Pollination Celebration with a yearlong calendar of events to celebrate Asheville's 10th anniversary as a Bee City USA affiliate. 
Thank you for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC!
Our customers are the best.
We appreciate each and every one of you!
Staff Picture - Best of WNC Winners

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