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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
Thank you for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC 2022!  
More Fall Shipments!
Iseli Conifers
Our staff of plant-lovers gets excited about Iseli shipments! Iseli Nursery is renowned for its high quality conifers and plants - including unusual conifers, spruces, hinokis, pines, weeping katsura, mini-conifers, and heaths & heathers.
Numerous Fall Shipments
Including a wide variety of trees, large hollies, large Japanese hollies, Japanese maples, and spruces, plus bunches of perennials including many bloomers, uva-ursi, and wintergreen.
Hedging Plants
When the leaves fall, our views will quickly change! Great evergreen hedging plants...Skip Laurels and Emerald Green Arborvitae are now in stock. Plant an evergreen privacy hedge for your yard, screen out unwanted views, or use hedging plants to create the secret garden look.
Heaths & Heathers
Just arrived - colorful evergreen perennials that bloom during the cooler seasons.
Fall Color!
Get color! Fall garden mums, pansies, and snapdragons...transition your containers and flowerbeds to reflect the fall season.
Garden mums, 8" size, are gorgeous and well priced at $8.59 each, or buy 5 or more for $7.79 each. Raised on our propagation farm and bee-friendly!
Fall Vegetable Starts
Enjoy flavor-packed food straight from your garden. Plant red and green lettuces, Swiss chard, collards, kale, mustard, kohlrabi, cauliflower, broccoli, bunching onions, peas, beets, pak choi, spinach, tatsoi, and more. The veggie transplants are sustainably raised on our Propagation Farm using organic soil, organic fertilizers, and organic pest control when needed.
Fruit Trees & Small Fruits
Our selection is yummy and going fast! Shop now for  apples, pears, peaches, plums, cherries, persimmons, pawpaws, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, hazelnuts, grapes, and more!
Check out staff member Julie singing about groovy plants on our Instagram/Facebook accounts!
September Lawn Care
New lawn? Bare spots?
September is the best time to seed/overseed your cool-season grass lawn.
In September: 
  • Mow with mulching mower to 3” as needed, avoid letting grass get taller than 4 ½” tall.
  • Lawns need 1” of water per week, irrigate as needed.
  • Core-aerate cool season grasses if soil is compacted.
  • Rake-in quality compost after core-aerating.
  • Seed/overseed grass in September. September is the best month for planting grass.
  • Fertilize in September with slow-release organic fertilizer such as Symphony, Plant-tone, or Espoma Lawn Food.
Your Lawn & Japanese Beetles
Got Japanese beetles? Apply Milky Spore powder to your lawn to naturally kill the grubs of the Japanese beetle in their soil-dwelling larval stage.
What is Milky Spore? Milky Spore is a naturally occurring bacterium that attacks Japanese beetle grubs. Early fall is the best time to apply Milky Spore because the soil temperature is warm and the grubs are actively feeding. Another bonus to applying Milky Spore powder…without grubs to eat, moles will be less inclined to visit your lawn areas. One easy application. Milky Spore is safe for people, pets, and beneficial insects.
Our garden shop stocks grass seed, fertilizers, and Milky Spore.
What Is Your Favorite Season?
FROM WILMA:  “What is your favorite season?” is a question we are sometimes asked. There are parts of each season that I would consider my favorite. I don’t like windy weather regardless of the season although I do enjoy balmy gentle breezes. 
Fall is one of my favorite times to garden. The weather is usually pleasant to be outdoors, and the fall season is the best time of the year to plant most trees, shrubs, perennials, small fruits, and bulbs.
  • Soil is at its warmest and roots will continue to grow through fall into winter as long as soil is not frozen. This root growth increases the amount of nutrients stored and gives the plant a better “take-off” next spring.
  • Watering is less of a chore in fall although it is important to water when planting and making sure evergreens and newly-planted plants do not become dry over winter.
  • Insect activity is less – less chance of foliage damage.
Fall is also a good time to divide and/or transplant perennials like daylilies, iris, hosta, garden phlox, monarda, liatris, and peonies. From experience I know it is important to mark the location of the newly transplanted!
Browse through the Garden Center and be inspired by the great selection of gorgeous plants – just in time for fall planting!
Two Workshops on Sat, Sept. 17
Terrarium Workshop –
A Fun Make & Take!
At Reems Creek Nursery
Sat, Sept. 17, 2022
10-11:30 am
With Marie Elliott
Create your own miniature world!
Let your imagination run wild. Build an enchanting terrarium using three 2” plants of your choice, a variety of mosses, rocks & pebbles, soil, and other materials – all materials included in your workshop fee + lots of fun!...Read more and Register.
Bringing Houseplants Indoors –
What You Need to Know
At Reems Creek Nursery
Sat, Sept. 17
2-3 pm
With Marie Elliott
Everything you need to know about keeping your plant babies happy when you move them back indoors for the cold season. Learn the best practices for moving your plants inside – including examining them for pests and appropriate time to move them…plus proper lighting and grooming. We’ll also discuss houseplant maintenance during the...Read more and Register.
Thank you so much for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC!
Our customers are the very best.
We appreciate  the support from each and every one of you!

Community News
Weaverville Tailgate Market: Every Wednesday from 3 – 6 located at the Weaverville Community Center at 60 Lakeshore Drive.
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. 
THIS SATUDAY! West Asheville Garden Stroll (WAGS): Sat, Sept. 10 from 11-4. Visit 14 West Asheville gardens, including the Burton Street Peace Garden, for lots of inspiration and a very fun day! Free. Reems Creek Nursery is a proud sponsor! More info here.
 Mark your calendars- Art In Autumn: In Weaverville, Sat, Sept. 17 from 10-6. Visit Weaverville Main Street for this great Arts & Crafts Festival. More info here.
2022 WNC Gardening Symposium, Wed. Oct. 12 at the Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock. Find out about the speakers, get more info, and registration link HERE.  
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