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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
Around the Garden Center
Our Annual Department is full of color, our Perennial Department is packed with goodies, and Nursery Stock is sporting summer bloomers plus evergreens, natives, and hedge plants! We're expecting a fun Tropical Houseplant shipment by Saturday that includes rare finds - so stay tuned! 
 Clockwise: Zinnias, Black-eyed Susans, colorful mix, Gerber Daisy
Check out the great color that arrived this week in the Annual Dept. Fill in the gaps in your porch pots and add cheerful plants to your entryway and garden beds.
Mexican sage is in stock too and blooms late summer/fall with velvet-y purple blooms. This deer/rabbit resistant plant is loved by butterflies and hummingbirds - and makes a big splash in the garden!
Garden hint: Have your petunias stopped blooming? Cut them back and then fertilize them. You should have fresh blooms in a couple of weeks.
Clockwise: Veronica 'First Love', Heucherella 'Alabama Sunrise', Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit', Butterfly Weed (host plant for Monarch butterflies)
New this week - great Perennial plants arrived including nice selections of perennial grasses, perennial ferns including natives, coral bells, hostas, coneflowers, ironweed, Joe Pye weed, bee balm, lobelia, sedums and more!
Plus rosemary ('Arp') and lavender are in stock in gallon and quart sizes. 'Arp' is the hardiest rosemary for our area and our favorite choice.
 Clockwise: Panicle Hydrangea 'Puffer Fish', Weeping White Spruce, 'Florida Sunshine' Anise, Encore Azalea 'Autumn Ruby'
Panicle Hydrangeas are budding and blooming now - always a welcome and cooling addition to the summer garden. Encore Azaleas are flowering, and Summersweet (Clethra alnifolia) is starting to bloom too. It is very fragrant and one of our favorite pollinator shrubs! Crape Myrtles are starting to flower along with Rose of Sharon. As always, incorporating evergreens into your landscape gives your garden year-round structure and interest.
Check out our Tree and Shrub inventories.
**Rare Tropical Houseplants on their way - expected by Saturday!
We'll let you know via Facebook & Instagram when they have arrived!
SALES: Yes, you can spend your Bloomin' Bucks on sale items!
50% OFF Giftware in our downstairs Garden Shop including 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 Tropical Hibiscus - 10" Bush, 10" Standard (tree form), and 10" Braided Stem.
Redeem Your Bloomin' Bucks!
WHEN? Now 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 until the last day of August 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).
  • 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 6pm.
  • 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.
Not signed up for Bloomin' Bucks? Sign up at any cash register and start earning Bloomin' Bucks right away!
Fun ideas for spending your Bloomin' Bucks:
Start a pollinator garden, create container gardens for your entry, ceramic pottery, plant a privacy hedge, add birdbaths to your garden, plant berries, style your interior with houseplants, pick out a flowering tree or evergreen, get a great tool, and more! 
Upcoming Workshops
The Wonder of Trees
Reems Creek Nursery
Sat. July 29
10:00 am
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 more and register here.
Summer Bouquet Workshop
Make & Take
Reems Creek Nursery
Sat. Aug. 5 from 10-11:30
with Rachel Brownlee
Floral designer Rachel Brownlee will start with some basic guiding principles for harvesting and arranging flowers, along with tool suggestions, and tips on growing cut flowers and greenery in your own yard. Then she will lead us – step by step – through creating our own beautiful summer more and register.
Animal Ordinance Change
From WLOS: Buncombe County approved a change to the animal ordinance - the change requires homeowners to put away bird feeders and other food sources if they become an attraction to bears and other wildlife. Here is a link to the WLOS article and a link to advice from BearWise on how to live responsibly with black bears.
Alternatives to bird feeders? Plant a bird-friendly landscape and offer water, shelter, perching & safe nesting places, and a pesticide-free environment. Check out our Bird-Friendly Gardening Guide here.
Community News
Weaverville Tailgate Market: Every Wednesday located at the Weaverville Community Center at 60 Lakeshore Drive.
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. 
Preserving Your Vegetable Harvest, Thurs. Aug. 10 from 10-11:30 with Cathy Hohenstein, Buncombe County Extension Area Agent. More info here.
Two Public Star Gazing Opportunities, Fri. Aug. 11 in Madison County & Fri. Aug. 18 at UNCA with the Astronomy Club of Asheville. More info here (scroll down).
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.
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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