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Reems Creek Nursery
76 Monticello Rd.       Weaverville, NC        828-645-3937
HOURS: Mon-Sat: 9-6   Closed Sunday 
Closed Easter Sunday
We Are Plant People - Going Strong Since 1979
Happy Easter from Reems Creek Nursery! 
"The Nature Fix" with Florence Williams
Reems Creek is very excited to help bring Florence Williams to the NC Arboretum!
The NC Arboretum is hosting award-winning science and nature writer Florence Williams at the Arboretum on Wednesday, April 12 for an inspiring talk about the power of nature to make us happier, heathier and more creative.
The Nature Fix: Florence Williams on Why Time in Nature Makes Us Happier, Healthier & More Creative 
At The North Carolina Arboretum
Wed. April 12 from 6 - 7:30 p.m.
Instructor: Florence Williams
$20 Non-member Adult
Spending just five more minutes in nature can have untold benefits. What’s the cure for our modern malaise of stress, distraction, and screen addiction? Nature, of course. Those of us who enjoy walking the Arboretum’s trails, putting our hands in the soil for spring gardening, or observing migrating birds all know the restorative powers of time in nature. But while many people advocate the benefits of getting outside, we are only just beginning to understand...More info and register. 
This program is presented through Adult & Continuing Education Programs at the Arboretum in collaboration with Reems Creek Nursery, Asheville Wellness Tours, and Malaprop's Bookstore.
Prior to the Wed, April 12 events inspired by The Nature Fix, Arboretum Reads will gather in person or online to discuss The Nature Fix book on Thursday, April 6, facilitated by Rebecca Caldwell.
Photo of Florence Williams by Casie Zalud
Around the Garden Center
Easter Color!
Get some cheerful color for your Easter celebrations. Shop for blooming annuals, perennial flowers, and colorful spring trees and shrubs! Take a trip through our tropical greenhouse for some indoor color too.
Japanese Maples
Japanese Maple fan alert! We unloaded some beautiful specimens this week, both red-leafed and green-leafed varieties including Bloodgood, Emperor I, Fireglow, Sango Kaku, Skeeters Broom, Winter Red, Inaba Shidare, Orangeola, and Tamukeyama. 
Azalea & Rhododendron - New Shipment
Now is a fantastic time to plant! Shop our colorful collection of azaleas and rhododendron and add some happy spring blooms to your landscape.
Privacy Screen/Hedging Plants
New shipments this week of Schip Laurels and Emerald Green Arborvitae. Both are wonderful as evergreen foundation plants and for privacy screening. They create a lush backdrop for shrub and perennial borders too.
Two Big West Coast Shipments
Trucks galore this week. Our crew gets very excited as we unload trucks and,  bit-by-bit, we see each beautiful plant come off the truck. The Garden Center is looking sweet and we're loving all the new plants. Come check out the newbies and use this holiday weekend to fulfill your wildest planty dreams.
New! Butterfly Bush
Nice full 3 gallon pots - fast-growing butterfly bush calls in the butterflies.
More Creeping Phlox Arrives Friday
We keep getting more - and it keeps disappearing! Friday over 800 more Creeping Phlox plants will arrive including these cultivars - Amazing Grace, Candy Stripe, Drummond Pink, Emerald Blue, Fort Hills, Purple Beauty and Scarlet Flame.
Two Big Perennial Shipments
Yep. We are bringing it in for you. Whether you're adding to an existing garden, planning a pollinator garden, or starting a brand new garden - Reems Creek has a great selection of both sun and shade perennials - including many natives!
SALE: 20% OFF all Camellias!
(See details below).
SALE: 20% OFF all Forsythia! 
Every yard needs at least one forsythia - the cheerful harbinger of spring with its bright yellow flowers.
Sale: 25% OFF Cool Season Veggies!
Get your spring garden planted with yummy greens, lettuces and more!
Worried about damaged plants?
Be very patient and wait until late May before digging up and discarding any plants. Plants are very resilient, but grace them with a little recovery time! Watch this video about cold damaged plants for some reassurance.
20% OFF All Camellias
Camellia 'Jerry Hill'
20% OFF all Camellias!
This beautiful shrub has a big fan club - with elegant evergreen foliage and gorgeous blooms. Plant Camellias in a morning sun location with protection from winter winds and the hot afternoon sun. One, three, and seven gallon plants available while supplies last. Korean Tea Camellias included (grow your own tea!) Scroll down to the Camellia section of our shrub inventory to see pictures and sizes available.
Sale thru Thurs, April 13.
April Garden Tips
  • Plant trees, shrubs, perennials, and hardier annuals.
  • Plant cool season veggies (greens, spinach, broccoli, beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes, radishes, and more. Cool season veggie transplants just went on sale at 25% off!
  • Plant fruits, asparagus crowns, strawberries, and hardy herbs. 
  • Start warm-season veggie transplants indoors.
  • Wait to plant warm-season veggies/tender herbs/tender annuals outside until after Mother’s Day. This includes plants like tomatoes and peppers, basil, and zinnias.
  • Prune roses now.
  • Prune spring-flowering shrubs after they bloom, and then fertilize them.
  • Fertilize cool season vegetables.
  • Fertilize trees, shrubs, and perennials in mid-April. This can be helpful after the past winter’s cold damage.
  • Fertilize roses when you can see the first bud color and fertilize regularly after that according to fertilizer instructions. Roses are heavy feeders.
  • Fertilize fruit if not already done.
  • After weeding, mulch flower beds and vegetable gardens – preventing weeds is so much easier than later pulling weeds.
  • Mow lawns at 3” to help prevent weeds throughout the growing season. Mowing shorter than 3" invites weeds to sprout in scalped areas.
  • Hang hummingbird feeders around mid-April.
  • Bluebirds have been spotted! It's time to put up bluebird houses. Don't plant anything around the pole, as bluebirds like to be able to see the ground around them. We have bluebird houses in stock.
  • Wait until late May to determine whether plants are dead. The warmer weather will give them a chance to revive. Some, like figs, may revive from the roots if the gardener is patient.
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. 
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.
Fruit Trees for Home Gardens: Mon. April 10, 10-11AM, with Cooperative Extension Area Specialist Craig Mauney. More info and register 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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