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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!  
Join us for our Fall Container Gardening Workshop - Details below!
Huge Tree Shipment!
Big, Beautiful Trees!
This very diverse selection arrived just in time for fall planting - including maples, oaks, river birch, European hornbeam, kousa dogwood, sweet gum, tulip poplar, sweetbay magnolia, 'Jane' magnolia, crabapple, flowering cherry, weeping willow, zelkova, purple leaf plum and more!
These 15 and 25 gallon potted trees will give you instant gratification!
 Lots of fabulous choices for fall planting!
Fall Color!
New season, new vibe! Amp up your porch pots, container gardens and flower beds with seasonal color for fall - shop garden mums, pansies, snapdragons and more. Plus...we have pumpkins!
 Pansies & Violas
Fall Garden Mums, 8" size - Gorgeous and well priced at $8.59 each, or buy 5 or more for $7.79 each. in a variety of seasonal colors - raised on our propagation farm and bee-friendly!
Fall Garden Mums
Fall Veggie Garden Transplants!
Lots of yummy fall veggies for your fall garden. Plant now!
Mushroom Logs
Grow your own mushrooms! New shipment of pre-inoculated mushroom logs just arrived - choose from Shitaki, Lion's Mane and Chicken of the Wood.
Lenten Rose arriving Friday morning!
Who doesn't love a perennial that is evergreen, likes part shade, blooms for months, a great late winter/early spring pollinator plant, and is a good cut flower too? Choose from over 80 new Lenten Roses/Hellebores for your fall planting.
Garden Flags
Welcome the new season or a special occasion with a cheerful garden flag. Shop for garden flags and flag holders/hangers in our Garden Shop.
Protect your pond - with Pond Netting
Leaves and debris are starting to fall. Keep your pond clean and in better condition by installing garden netting for the fall and winter seasons. Pond netting also helps protect fish from predators. Available in 3 sizes in our Garden Shop.
More . . .
Sale: Water plants are 50% Off!
Why is Planting in Fall a Good Idea?
FROM LIBBY: Fall is a great time of year to plant deciduous trees and shrubs!
Fall means shorter days and cooler temperatures. The soil is still warm, but the stresses of summer (like heat and drought) are gone, so the overall transplanting process will be less stressful on your trees.
The warm soil is great for encouraging root growth, and even once a tree drops its leaves the roots will continue to grow if the soil is above 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Trees and shrubs that lose their leaves in fall also have the advantage of being able to focus more energy on growing their roots, rather than focusing on above ground activities such as pushing out new growth and flowering.
While watering your newly planted trees in the fall is still important, it is less demanding due to the cooler temperatures and the lack of leaves. By the time next spring rolls around, your tree will have had plenty of time to establish itself and can spend more energy on growth above ground, and its root system will be better prepared for the heat and stresses of summer.
This week we received a HUGE shipment of new trees to join our already well-stocked tree and shrub department. Now is a great time to come by the garden center, pick out some new trees and shrubs for your yard, and get planting!
Houseplant Weather Alert!
Chilly nights ahead! Last night was chilly, and starting Tuesday evening the predicted nighttime temps are in the mid-forties for a number of days. Most houseplants prefer temperatures no colder than 50 degrees, so it is time to transition your houseplants indoors.
Tips for moving your houseplants indoors:
  1. Inspect your houseplants for pests and treat if necessary. We have many helpful products to choose from in our Garden Shop.
  2. Groom your houseplants before moving them. Remove yellow or damaged leaves, clean the remaining leaves, and trim if needed.
  3. Indoor light is dimmer, so placement is important when you move them inside. Most houseplants like bright indirect light.
  4. Do you need grow-lights to keep your plant babies thriving? We have a variety of indoor lighting options available.
  5. Adjust your watering and humidity levels. Plants may need a little less water indoors, but they will probably need increased humidity once they are inside. To make it easy, we carry continuous water misters in our Garden Shop. Ask us!
Thank You & Fun at Art in Autumn 
FROM WILMA:  Ruth, KY, Bill, and I enjoyed talking with several of you at Weaverville’s recent Art in Autumn. It was fun chatting and answering your inquiries about the plants in our display. We heard several remarks like ”Reems Creek is my favorite Garden Center”, “You have a great staff”, and “Your plants are so
Bill and I have heard some of these same comments at other places. At an event in Black Mountain a few days ago, we talked with a couple of ladies who live a distance away but like to shop at our Garden Center. One made the comment that she loved the atmosphere and especially our “barn” (Gift Shop).
Thank you, gardening friends, for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC. Also, thanks to a great staff for making this possible!
Ky at Art In Autumn 2022 in Weaverville
Wilma R. Penland is the co-founder of Reems Creek Nursery and our horticultural mentor. 
 Fall Container Garden Workshop
Creating Gorgeous Fall Containers
At Reems Creek Nursery
Sat, Oct 1, 2022 at 10 AM
With Mardi Dover Letson
New season, new vibe! In this workshop learn to create colorful fall container gardens! 
Garden designer, Mardi Dover Letson, will demonstrate how to put together a beautiful container garden to celebrate the season! Mardi will share tips for choosing containers, plus selecting, planting, and caring for cool season plants. Then she will plant up...Read more and Register. 
Field Trip + Work Trip!
Susan, Joe, David, and Amanda are attending The Garden Center Group-Fall Event 2022 in Kansas City, MO which is packed with educational and inspirational opportunities.
Susan and Joe stopped along the way to visit the Gateway Arch, the confluence of the Missouri & Mississippi Rivers. and the Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis.
Joe at the Confluence of the Missouri & Mississippi Rivers
Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis
David, Amanda, Joe, and Susan at Family Tree Nursery in Shawnee, MO.
Thank you so much for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC!
Our customers are the very best.
Our small family business appreciates 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. 
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.  SOLD OUT!
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  76 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville  •  NC  •  28787

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