|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
|Bloomin' Bucks Starts Monday, July 17|
|REDEEM YOUR BLOOMIN' BUCKS STARTING MONDAY! |
WHEN? Mon, July 17 at 9 am thru Thurs, Aug. 31.
We have awesome plants throughout the Garden Center, plus new shipments arriving all the time!
Get a great price – get up to 50% off on any in-stock merchandise – trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, fruits, pottery, houseplants & succulents, water plants, tools, benches, garden art, windchimes, birdbaths, and more. You decide!
How it works: You have 6+ weeks to spend your accumulated Bloomin’ Bucks and enjoy a discount of up to 50% Off on ANY in-stock merchandise.
For instance…if you have $20 worth of Bucks in your account, you can get a $40 plant for half price OR get $20 off a larger purchase. To determine your Bloomin’ Bucks balance, check at the bottom of your most recent receipt, or check in at the Bloomin’ Bucks table at the Garden Center when you arrive (or with a cashier if table not open).
Not signed up for Bloomin' Bucks? Sign up at any cash register and start earning Bloomin' Bucks right away!
- Bloomin’ Bucks have no cash value and may not be used for special orders, previous purchases, consignment items, gift cards, or services.
- No additional Bloomin’ Bucks will be issued in transactions where Bloomin’ Bucks are utilized.
- Alternatively, you may use your Bloomin’ Bucks in October from Fri, Oct. 20 thru Sat, Oct. 28. Any unused 2023 Bloomin’ Bucks expire on Sat, Oct. 28 at 6 pm.
- Sorry, but in fairness to all of our customers we are unable to hold any unpaid items during Bloomin’ Bucks. Any unpaid items on hold prior to July 17 will be moved back into stock before Bloomin' Bucks begins.
|So many fun choices to spend your Bloomin' Bucks on!|
- Shop Birdbaths & Garden Art
- Create beautiful Porch Pots
- Shop gorgeous Ceramic Pottery for your Entryway & Garden
- Start a colorful Pollinator Garden
- Plant a Privacy Hedge – We have lots of Schip Laurels in Stock!
- Plant a delicious Blueberry Patch
- Expand your Houseplant Jungle
- Utilize Evergreens to build out the “Bones” of your Landscaping
- Pick out an exquisite Japanese Maple
- Make a soothing mini/tabletop Water Garden
|New Arrivals - Trees and Shrubs including Encore azaleas, redbuds, clethra, oakleaf hydrangeas, and more. Click the links to easily check our current tree and shrub inventory.|
Big Shipment of Blueberries just arrived from our farm, along with Chicago Hardy Figs and Raspberries. Plant something yummy to eat! Check out our fruit inventory.
Perennial shipments just arrived – Nice variety of perennial ferns, groundcovers, hostas, coreopsis, echinacea, tall verbena, sedums and MUCH much more!
- Native Plant shipment expected Friday afternoon!
SALES: Yes you can spend your Bloomin' Bucks on sale items!
50% OFF Giftware in our downstairs Garden Shop! Now includes Christmas items. Excludes items in upstairs Garden Shop.
50% OFF Selected Summer Seeds - Vegetables & Flowers
High Mowing Organic Seeds, Sow True Seeds & Livingston Seeds. Stock up on warm season seeds like tomato, pepper, squash, pumpkin, herbs, flowers and more!
50% OFF ALL Mandevilla - All colors, all sizes!
50% OFF ALL Tropical Hibiscus - 10" Bush, 10" Standard (tree form), and 10" Braided Stem.
|The Wonder of Trees|
Reems Creek Nursery
Saturday, July 29
With Dave Penland
Did you ever have a favorite tree as a child? Whether you sat under the canopy or climbed the branches, I hope you had a favorite! Trees have much to offer - not only to humans and our landscapes - but even more so to insects, birds and other wildlife that support our ecosystem.
However, some trees have much more to offer than others...read more and register here.
|Ramblings On Reems Creek & Beech|
|FROM WILMA: Occasionally we are asked why the Garden Center is named “Reems Creek” when it is located in Weaverville. There are also other questions about the Reems Creek area. The headwaters of Reems Creek begin in the upper part of Beech Community and the creek flows down the valley, by Lake Louise, and on to the French Broad River. Woodfin Water System has a reservoir near the headwaters. At one time there were two thriving apple orchards nearby. Camp Sequoyah was an exclusive boy’s camp located near the creek (Bill worked there and that I where I met him).|
Reems Creek Nursery was begun by Bill and me in our front yard in the Beech Community within sight of Reems Creek. In 1985 we opened the Garden Center in Weaverville and kept the name. We grow many of our plants for the Garden Center at our Farm Greenhouses near where I grew up in Beech. Bill and I and other family members live close by.
Beech Community is named for the many beech trees that grow in the area. Before public schools were available there was a boarding school in Beech. The first commencement celebration (1884) for the school was a community event held on July 4th. After the school was no longer in existence Beech Community continued the July 4th celebration. This year was the 139th celebration. As part of the school commencement a bouquet of wildflowers was presented to someone in the community and it became a tradition and is still part of Beech Community’s celebration. This year I had the honor of creating the wildflower bouquet and Brenda Hardy was the recipient.
Reems Creek Valley is a beautiful area and the drive from Weaverville can be breathtaking. Take the drive sometime (just be careful as there can be lots of traffic on Reems Creek Road). When you come to Beech Community take Blackberry Inn Road
and travel “up the creek” and enjoy its beauty.
Pictured above right: Brenda Hardy with her wildflower bouquet
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.
Plants for Birds Outings, Sat. July 22 from 1-2 pm, Blue Ridge Audubon, Beaver Lake Bird Sanctuary. 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.
Arbor Evenings 2023, June 15-Sept. 22, 5:30-8 pm, North Carolina Arboretum. More info here.
Delivery is available...More info here.
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