|76 Monticello Rd. Weaverville, NC 828-645-3937 www.reemscreek.com|
HOURS: Mon-Sat: 9-6 Closed Sunday
We Are Plant People - Going Strong Since 1979
We're OPEN from 9-3 on Memorial Day, Monday, May 29
This Memorial Day, we honor all those veterans who sacrificed their lives in service to our country. Our heartfelt sympathies go out to the families who lost a loved one in battle.
|Memorial Day Pottery Sale!|
|25% Off Ceramic Pottery*|
Indoor & Outdoor Ceramic Pottery - all sizes, colors & shapes! Whether your pot is large or small, classic or cute – pots add personality to your garden, porch, home, and business. Our pottery rarely goes on sale, so snatch up a beautiful pot while you can. Imagine that pop of color welcoming your friends and family at your entryway or drawing them out into your garden to enjoy the lushness of plants. Pots show off your houseplants and add interest to your outdoor dining areas.
Sale thru Thursday, June 1. *Excludes terracotta pottery.
|New West Coast Shipment |
Japanese Maples in 1 to 15 gallon sizes including weeping and upright forms, Climbing Hydrangeas, a variety of Junipers, Spruces & Arborvitae, Yews, Japanese Snowbells and much more. Lots of beauties!
Ball & Burlap Trees & Shrubs
Want instant gratification? We have a great selection of larger ball & burlap trees including Pines, Spruces, Arborvitae, Cedars, Hollies, colorful Beeches, and Japanese Maples.
Restocked on Thursday! Including some favorites like Lavender, Basil, Catnip, a variety of Mints, Sages, Lemon Grass and more. Some are Certified Organic.
Perennial highlights this week include: Peonies, a variety of Grasses, a variety of Ferns, Clematis, Butterfly Weed, native Honeysuckle, Sedums, Salvias, Garden Phlox, Anemone, a variety of Echinacea, Coreopsis, Euphorbia ‘Ascot Rainbow’, Coral Bells, and Heucherella (a favorite!). Great selection of plants for sun and for shade. Our perennial staff is very knowledgeable and ready to help!
Get those porch pots planted! Fill your flowerbeds with seasonal color! We have selections for both sun and shade. If you aren't seeing what you want, ask us - we have annual tables in a few locations and in the greenhouse.
Warmer weather means it's time to plant your summer garden! Currently on the tables: A wide variety of tomatoes, sweet peppers, hot peppers, super-hot peppers, tomatillos, pumpkins, summer squash, winter squash, cucumbers, melons, summer spinach, asparagus, strawberries, and rhubarb. Seeds are inside the Garden Shop.
Make it easy. Install your tomato cages or stakes when you plant. Once your tomatoes grow, it is difficult to add a cage around a larger plant without lots of breakage. Smaller cages are fantastic for holding peppers upright once they get heavy with fruit. Cages and stakes are currently in stock.
Worried about winter damaged plants?
Just this week staff members are seeing new growth on some of their plants/branches that they thought were dead, so remain cautious about digging up and discarding any plants. Warmer soil and air temperatures help promote new growth on plants that appear to be dead, plus new growth may be pushed out from the roots (especially crape myrtle, hydrangea, and fig roots). This video was produced after the deep freeze at Christmas and discusses what to to look for.
|The Importance of Watering|
|FROM WILMA: |
“Even if there is a prediction of a 100% chance of rain always water when transplanting” is a quote I often heard in horticulture classes. Last Saturday there were cloudy skies and a forecast of rain as I planted vegetable starts in a spot that has great sun exposure and fertile soil (thanks to son Dave for the delivery of compost). The downside of the spot is that it is not close to a water source. I was tempted to not carry water to the plants but I’m glad I did as the skies cleared and rain never came.
Whether planting seedlings or large trees it is important to get all plants off to a good start with ample water at planting time. Newly planted trees and shrubs should be watered until well established and during periods of drought thereafter. A deep soaking every week or so (depending on weather conditions) is more effective than a small amount every day.
Children usually like to help water plants and enjoy having their own watering can. I like having my own watering can, too! Several types of watering cans, ranging from practical to decorative, are on display at the Garden Shop.
Weaverville Tailgate Market: Every Wednesday located at the Weaverville Community Center at 60 Lakeshore Drive. https://weavervillemarket.com/
Soil Testing available thru NC Cooperative Extension. Free from April thru November. Soil Test boxes available at Reems Creek Nursery. Tips and more info here.
Want to become a NC Extension Certified Master Gardener? The deadline to apply for the Buncombe County Extension Master Gardener Training Program is June 1, 2023 More info here.
The Garden Club of Weaverville's 50th Anniversary Celebration, Sun. June 4 from 2-5, Weaverville Community Center. Three presentations. Free & open to the public. More info here.
Common Vegetable Garden Pests Class: June 8 from10-11:30, Buncombe County Cooperative Extension. 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.
Speaking of Gardening 2023: Fri. & Sat. August 11-12. Very inspirational is how we'd describe this annual 2-day gardening symposium for horticultural professionals and gardening enthusiasts. Early BIrd Registration is now open. More info here.
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for 9 straight years!
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