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Reems Creek Nursery
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
 
Upcoming Events:
Plein Air Painters on Tuesday 6-20 & Plant a Pollinator Garden on Saturday 6-24  
Father's Day is This Sunday!
Father's Day is this Sunday, June 18.
 
GIFT IDEAS for Dad: Show your love for dear ole Dad!
 
Flowering Shrubs & Shade Trees - Make Dad's grilling area shine with pretty plants!  
 
 
 
Wind Chimes - Capture the music of the wind.
 
 
 
Quality Tools - Pruners, snips, heavy-duty landscaping tools and more - you know Dad appreciates a good tool!
 
 
 
Pottery, Birdbaths & Yard Art - Give Dad something fun for the yard.
 
 
 
Bird Houses, Bee Houses, Bird Feeders - Check out our lower garden shop for 50% off on these items.
 
 
 
Gift Cards - You can't go wrong with a Gift Card!
 
 
 
Price Cut - 50% OFF Giftware 
Everything DOWNSTAIRS in our Garden Shop is 50% OFF!
 
Have you checked out all the great finds on sale in our downstairs Garden Shop now? Everything downstairs is half price!! WOWZERS.
 
Shop for Father's Day gifts, birthday and Christmas gifts (for you organized people), or just something special for you. A broad variety of items are on sale including birdhouses, bird feeders, napkins, vases, wall art, Cavallini posters, hummingbird feeders, bee houses, decorative items, garden flags, and much more.
 
 
* Excludes giftware in the upstairs Garden Shop.
 
Around the Garden Center
10% Off Perennials
 
Three Perennial Shipments this week - plus more perennials arriving Friday
We take our 10% Off Perennials Sale seriously - when you shop at Reems Creek Nursery you'll have LOTS of happy perennials to choose from. We have the whole tamale - sun perennials, shade perennials, native plants, pollinator plants, ferns and more.
 
 
Perennials come back every year in seasonal waves that you anticipate with pleasure. Celebrate National Pollinator Month and Perennial Gardening Month with us, and enjoy a 10% discount on perennials the entire month of June. Next week is National Pollinator Week - so plant something special for our pollinator friends. They make the world go round. 
 
*Sale excludes mini-conifers, vines, butterfly bushes, & shrubs. Thru June 30.
 
 
New Annual Flowers arrived!
Plant lots of annual color for blooms all season long! 
 
 
 
SALES:
 
50% Off ALL Tropical Hibiscus -  10" Bush, 10" Standard (tree form), and 10" Braided Stem.
 
 
 
50% Off ALL Mandevilla - All sizes and colors!
 
 
 
40% Off Selected Grass Seed
Premium Grass Seed Mixtures by Jonathan Green - Black Beauty Dense Shade (shade tolerant Black Beauty varieties that grow well under trees in up to 70% shade) & Black Beauty Ultra (fastest establishing Black Beauty Mixture that will improve any lawn it is seeded into).
 
 
 
50% Off Pepper Transplants - hot peppers & super-hot peppers for your summer garden.
 
 
 
June Garden Tips
 
Keep your garden happy & healthy - here are a few tips for this month: 
 
- Lawns and vegetable gardens need one inch of water per week. Use a rain gauge to track weekly precipitation and water supplementally when we receive less than one inch of rain.
 
- To prevent diseases, don’t mow grass when it is wet.
 
- Water newly planted trees and shrubs deeply (to the bottom of the root ball) at least once a week. They take 1-2 years to become established.
 
- Deadhead (remove spent flowers) perennials, annuals, and roses to encourage continued flowering.
 
- Cut back chrysanthemums before July 4 so they will be bushier and less inclined to flop. Other tall late-blooming plants can be cut back now too - like Joe Pye Weed, Asters, and Willowleaf Sunflower.
 
- Remove suckers and water sprouts from fruit trees.
 
- Wait to thin apple fruit until after the “June drop”, then thin each cluster to one best apple, and thin along the branch to one apple every 4-8”.
 
- To prevent squash vine bores, start applying Bt to the stems when the plant starts flowering. Also bury parts of the squash vine in soil to encourage rooting (so if the main plant is harmed by borers you’ve encouraged a “new” plant to root).
 
- Side dress vegetables six weeks after planting – we like organic fertilizers like Espoma Plant-tone/Garden-tone or Symphony.
 
- Pick vegetables when they are young and tender. Harvest daily if possible.
 
- Add plant supports to potentially floppy flowers now, and support your tomatoes. We have plant supports and tomato cages available. Peppers benefit from cages too.
 
- Mulch prevents weeds and helps retain moisture in the soil.
 
*For month by month advice on gardening in WNC, we love A Gardening Guide for Our Mountains by the Buncombe County Extension Master Gardeners. This will be especially helpful if you are new to the area, but locals use it too!
 
Upcoming Garden Tours
Garden Tour - Sue Vrooman's Laughing Crow Gardens
Thursday, June 22 at 6:30 pm
Weaverville, NC
Hosted by Reems Creek Nursery

Sorry, this tour is FULL! **If you signed up for this garden tour and can't make it, please cancel your reservation in Eventbrite so someone else can attend. The waiting list is also full!**

Laughing Crow Gardens embraces an acre bursting with ornamental plants, both native and introduced, in over 600 varieties from Abelia ‘Radiance’ to Zingiber mioga [Japanese ginger.] Created by Sue as a stroll journey, visitors travel undulating paths designed as a continuously changing flow...there are limited spaces in this garden tour...read more and register.
 
Upcoming Events
Asheville Plein Air Painters
at Reems Creek Nursery
Tuesday, June 20
9:30 AM -1PM
 
The Asheville Plein Air Painters will be painting at Reems Creek Nursery this coming Tuesday. You are welcome to come out and watch them paint. They will be scattered around the Garden Center with their easels set up and painting from life.
 
What does Plein Air mean? "En plein air" is a French expression for "in the open air". Usually artists will quickly capture a scene - drawing inspiration from the light and the outdoor landscape.
 
 
Plant a Pollinator Garden
Saturday, June 24
10 -11:30 AM
With Tanya LaCorte & Ruth Gonzalez
 
Bee sweet to our pollinators! Whether you are planting porch pots or an entire yard…plant it and they will come! Create a smorgasbord of beautiful blooming plants and butterfly host plants that provide much-needed habitat for pollinators, butterflies, and hummingbirds. With an emphasis on native plants, these lively gardens are full of color, support wildlife, and bring you delight...read more and register.
 
June is National Pollinator Month, and this coming week is National Pollinator Week!
 
Worried about winter damaged plants?
it's true - 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 warmer June 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.
 
Community News
 
 
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. 
 
 
North Asheville Tailgate Market Pollinator Day, June 17 from 8-12 with Asheville Greenworks/Bee City USA-Asheville. Kids activities. More info here.
 
 
Dye Garden Series: Introduction to Botanical Dyeing, Thurs. June 22 from 10-11:30, Extension Master Gardeners Volunteers. 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.
 
 
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!
 
 

 
 Delivery is available...More info here.
 
 
 
 
Scroll down on our homepage to see our LIVE INVENTORY lists for Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Fruit, Herbs, and Tropical Houseplants - see what is in stock and what is on order - constantly updated! Please note that the system cannot account for items currently in someone's  cart.
 
 
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Reems Creek Nursery  •  76 Monticello Rd.  •  Weaverville  •  NC  •  28787

https://www.reemscreek.com

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