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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   
Rhododendron, Azalea & More!
Just arrived - our first large shipment of Rhododendron, Azalea, Mountain Laurel, and Pieris - with beautiful flowers that make you smile as spring unfurls These spring bloomers have another benefit - evergreen foliage! Come visit soon for an excellent selection.
We also have some larger ball & burlap Rhododendron in stock!
Plant in morning sun with protection from harsh afternoon sun. They thrive in well drained soil - dig a wide hole, amend your native soil by 50% with compost, and set the root ball a few inches higher than the surrounding soil to ensure good drainage.
Wondering which cultivars came in? Check our Shrub inventory here.
Around the Garden Center
Looking for instant gratification?
Ball & burlap evergreens are in stock and looking gorgeous - Large Hollies, White Pine, Norway Spruce, Boxwood, Rhododendron and more! These are specimen plants that will instantly give your landscape a mature look.
Plus really nice Hawthorn 'Winter King' and Forsythia are in our ball & burlap section too! (they're deciduous).
These plants are located down the hill to the right. Please ask a staff member to help you locate them.
Another Big Perennial Shipment! Including Candytuft (blooming now!), Columbine (budding), Lavender, Sedums, Hellebores (blooming now!), Hollyhocks, Yarrow, Creeping Thyme and a lot more!
Plus we have a large selection of Creeping Phlox in 8 colors (blooming now!).
 Columbine Origami Mix
New Houseplants!
An enticing mix of tropical plants arrived this week including Shark Fin Sansevieria, Rex Begonias, Pothos N'Joy, Philodendron 'Pink Princess', String of Pearls, Hoya hoops, Calathea and more. #personaljungle
- Fruit Trees
- Berries & Unusual Fruits
- Citrus - Meyer Lemon, Key Limes, Bearss Limes, and Bergamot
- Cool Season Vegetable Transplants - Yummy!
- Garden Seeds - Vegetable & Flower Seeds 
- Bare Root Strawberries
- Asparagus Crowns - Mary Washington, Jersey Giant, & Purple Passion
- Seed Potatoes
- Onion Sets
- Bare Root Rhubarb just arrived!
Gardening Gloves – a simple and inexpensive comfort “tool” that protects your hands - allowing you to work harder, work longer, and get more done! If you don’t usually wear gloves, give them a try. You’ll be surprised how much difference they make.
We carry a variety of glove types including nitrile, bamboo, leather, gauntlets, and kids gloves. Sizes range from extra-small to extra-large.
SALE: 20% Off All Cyclamen
With beautiful blooms and dramatic leaves, these houseplants enjoy a slightly cooler spot in your home in bright, indirect light.
Is It Dead?
Lots of customers are worried that one or more of their plants died during the extreme flash freeze around Christmas.
Some plants may look rough, but we encourage you to be patient and have a wait-and-see attitude - wait until at least late MAY before digging anything up or discarding plants. It can take that long for new growth to kick in.
Most plants are very resilient and will bounce back once the weather is reliably warm and active growing has begun - but they need time to recover and send out new growth. Regular watering and fertilizing your plants in mid-April can be helpful.
Earlier in the season we shared this video from the Nashville Tennessee Master Gardeners (they are in the same planting zone as us!) and we'd like to share it again. Please give it a watch and we think you'll feel reassured. 
Alert - Cold Weather Coming!
Keep your eye on the weather and protect tender plants! This Saturday night is predicted to be 31 degrees, and temps in the lower twenties are predicted for a few nights next week. 
Protect spring veggie gardens by constructing an easy low tunnel with fiberglass rods and floating row cover (we have the supplies). Protect other plants with row cover, sheets, or even light blankets. Don't use plastic as that can end up burning the plants.
Read our blogpost for a more extensive list of suggestions.
OGS Gardening Series Starts Saturday

Organic Growers School Spring Gardening Series 2023
Reems Creek Nursery is sponsoring the OGS Spring Gardening Series. Details below!
When: Four Saturdays – March 11, March 18, March 25, and April 1 at 2 p.m.
Where: Classes 1,2 and 4 will be held at Reems Creek Nursery. Class 3 will be held at the instructor’s garden.
Class 1: Garden Planning and Preparation
Sat, March 11 at 2 pm at Reems Creek Nursery
We will discuss what goes into garden planning through setting priorities, observation, mapping, budgeting, and succession planting. This will include tips for choosing what to grow and how much to plant. We will then discuss what is needed to start and care for plants, whether you are growing from seed indoors, purchasing transplants, and/or direct seeding. This will include discussions of useful tools...More info and register for Class 1 HERE.
Register for the entire series of 4 classes HERE.
Class 2: Soil Management and Care
Sat. March 18 at 2 PM at Reems Creek Nursery
In this class, we will dive into soil management. We will talk about the principles of healthy soil and how to amend your soil naturally and affordably, including discussions on composting, compost tea, and vermicompost. We will discuss different strategies to build...More info and register for Class 2 HERE.
Register for the entire series of 4 classes HERE.
Class 3: From Lawn to Garden
Sat. March 25 at 2 PM at the instructor’s garden (you’ll receive the address upon registration)
We will meet in the garden for our third class together. This workshop will be very hands-on, including direct seeding and converting a lawn into a garden. You will get to see established gardens and learn how...More info and register for Class 3 HERE.
Register for the entire series of 4 classes HERE.
Class 4: Summer Garden Management and Preservation
Saturday, April 1 at 2 pm at Reems Creek Nursery
We will reconvene at Reems Creek Nursery for our final workshop. We will close with a session to discuss succession plantings for summer, summer weed, pest management, and preserving the harvest (what to do with all those tomatoes, and...More info and register for Class 4 HERE.  
Register for the entire series of 4 classes HERE.
*All proceeds from these classes support Organic Growers School, a 501c3 nonprofit and the premiere provider of practical and affordable organic education in the Southern Appalachians for 28 years. Reems Creek Nursery is sponsoring this OGS Gardening Series. 
Community News
Weaverville Tailgate Market: The Indoor Winter Market. Every Wednesday located at the Weaverville Community Center at 60 Lakeshore Drive.
Soil Testing available thru NC Cooperative Extension. Soil Test boxes available at Reems Creek Nursery. Tips and more info here. 
Pruning Shrubs & Trees Class, Sat. March 11 from 10-11:30. Buncombe County Extension Service. More info and pre-register here.
Bonsai as Fine Art Exhibition and Special Events:  June 2-11, sponsored by Blue Spiral 1 Gallery, The North Carolina Arboretum, and The Blue Ridge Bonsai Society. More info here.
St. Patrick's Day in Weaverville: Friday, March 17. More info with venues and times here.
Thank you so much for voting us #1 Nursery in WNC
for 9 straight years!
Our customers are the very best.
Our small family business appreciates the support from each and every one of you!

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