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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
Mother's Day Is On Its Way!
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 8, and flowers are a favorite Mother’s Day gift. We have SO many pretty plants to choose from right now – roses, hanging baskets, perennials, geraniums, petunias, peonies, azaleas, hydrangeas, flowering vines, houseplants and so much more!
Our Garden Shop is full of goodies for Mom including home décor and windchimes, but Mom also loves receiving a Gift Card so she can pick out her favorite things!
Around the Garden Center
Plant a Tree for Arbor Day - April 29
Today is Arbor Day - the perfect day to add a tree to your yard. Bring in the beauty, the relaxing green shade, and all the benefits of trees to the natural world and to us. 
Lovely Roses!
Fall in love with the queen of flowers...we have!
Each one is lovelier than the next. Shop David Austin English roses, hybrid tea roses, grandiflora roses, floribunda roses, climbing roses, shrub roses, plus a huge selection of Knockout and Drift roses. Check our website for rose care and our 2022 Rose List. Mother's Day is on its way!
Annual Flowers & Hanging Baskets
Color, color, color!...brings a happy feeling to your outdoor spaces.
Fern Baskets
Instant porch upgrade for relaxing times on the porch.
Huge Pottery Shipment
Large and small sizes - Shop for gorgeous container garden pots and pots for houseplants. Plus...we are still unpacking pots.
Tomato plants are here along with asparagus, hot & sweet peppers (including Carolina Reaper), cucumbers, squash, strawberries, and rhubarb. Our Farm is bursting with baby veggies that will be here as soon as they are ready - all sustainably raised on our farm using organic fertilizer and organic pest control when needed.
We recommend waiting until after Mother's Day for planting outside. See Wilma's article below "Watching May Weather" for more details on when to plant.
Spring Bulbs
Just pop them in the ground for instant color.
More Fish arrived!
Koi, Butterfly Koi, Shubunkins, and Comets.
75% Off Cool Season Veggies!
Beets, chard, lettuce, Asian greens mix, tatsoi, turnips, and more.
**We've added a second “Spring Into Beauty” Workshop at 2 pm…see details below.
Watching May Weather
From Wilma: 
On May 31, 1984 I attended my daughter Susan's outside graduation ceremony and recall how chilly it was. That evening brought "snow pellets" on the last day of May! According to records from The National Weather Service the low temperature for that date was 34 degrees. While low temperatures that late in the month are unusual, there can be frosty mornings in May.
Mother’s Day is usually considered the “safe” time to plant warm-season veggies and annuals. That date can vary (2nd Sunday in May) from as early as the 8th or as late as the 14th. An “old-timer” tomato farmer once told me he waited until after the full moon in May (on the 15th this year) to plant.
Since Mother’s Day (May 8th) is early this year it is a good idea to monitor the extended forecast for a 10-day period after Mother’s Day. 
 Wilma Penland is the co-founder of Reems Creek Nursery and our horticultural mentor.
Saturday's Workshops 
Spring Into Beauty - 10 am Workshop is full but you can check for cancelations.
Reems Creek Nursery
Sat, April 30, 2022
10 – 11:30 am
With Tanya LaCorte & Chris Davenport
If you have already registered and are now unable to attend please visit Eventbrite to cancel your registration so that someone else can have your space. Thank you!
We've added an afternoon class since the morning workshop is full!
Spring Into Beauty - 2 pm
New Afternoon Class...spaces ARE available!
Reems Creek Nursery
Sat, April 30, 2022
2 – 3:30 pm
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.
If you have already registered and are now unable to attend please visit Eventbrite to cancel your registration so that someone else can have your space. Thank you! 
May is too busy to accommodate workshops, but workshops will resume in June!
It’s bird migration season! On Wednesday night over 6,400 (6400!!) birds migrated across Buncombe County and you can click here to see which birds were migrating through our county.
Unfortunately many birds die during migration by crashing into windows that they don’t detect as barriers. Birds are attracted to and disoriented by light. Some cities have a Lights Out program to help save migrating birds, and Lights Out Texas explains how and why these programs help birds in a YouTube video. The Audubon Society offers some simple solutions for homeowners who want to prevent birds colliding into the windows of their homes.
Compost Lovers . . . Next week is International Compost Awareness Week from May 1-7, 2022. Read more here and start a compost pile or worm bin if you don't have one already!
Please vote for Reems Creek Nursery
in the Best of WNC with Mountain Xpress!
Last chance! Voting ends on Saturday, April 30 at midnight.
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 Arbor Day Celebration TODAY!!
Friday, April 29 at 11 am
Lake Louise Park
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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