Your Garden Center in Asheville, Weaverville, & Western North Carolina
Just 10 minutes north of downtown Asheville in Weaverville, NC
Monday thru Saturday: 8-6
Sunday: 10-5 thru Christmas
Click on this Newsletter for details about our weekly specials - a beautiful hydrangea and an array of butterfly bushes. Plus a coupon for college students, info on our upcoming workshops, and more.
UPCOMING WORKSHOPS & EVENTS:
Embrace Your Shade
Sat, Sept. 7 at 10 am
with Tanya LaCorte
Beautiful leaf textures, lovely flowers, and colorful foliage make up an extensive and lush palette for gardening in the shade. Tanya’s enthusiasm for shade gardening will inspire you to transform your shady areas into a relaxing oasis and garden destination. Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Center or call 828-645-3937.
About Tanya LaCorte: Tanya grew up in Ireland gardening on her grandparent’s farm. Her passion for gardening was re-ignited when she moved to WNC. Specializing in perennials, she wants to inspire people to find the enchantment offered by plants and nature.
Native Plants & the Vital Landscape
Sat. Sept. 14 at 10 am
With Chris Davenport
We will explore the many layers of a garden all aflush with native plants – a garden that is pleasing to the human eye but also serves to support our native fauna like birds and pollinators. Chris will lead us through the beautiful plant palette that natives offer - from the tree canopy and small flowering trees to shrubs, perennials and ground covers. Come prepared to share ideas and ask questions.
Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Center or call 828-645-3937.
Kokedama Workshop – Make & Take
Sat. Sept. 14 at 2 pm
With Treasure Smith
Create a lush addition to your indoor plant collection. In this workshop, Treasure Smith will lead you - step by step - through the artful process of crafting your own beautiful Kokedama moss ball garden to take home.
Kokedama is a traditional Japanese bonsai technique where the plant’s roots are encased in a soil and sphagnum moss ball held together with sheet moss and bound with string. Also called “string gardens”, Kokedama can be hung, or placed in a decorative container.
It’s fun and easy! The workshop fee covers the instruction and all materials needed to design your Kokedama - your choice of a 2-4” tropical plant, soil, sphagnum & sheet moss, string, and macramé hanger. Reserve your spot here! $24.99 plus tax. Limited to 10 participants.
Growing Fruit Organically in WNC
Sat. Sept 21 at 10 am
With Andrew Goodheart Brown
With a permaculture twist, Andrew Goodheart Brown will discuss the secrets of successfully growing organic fruit in WNC including choosing your fruit trees, siting your fruit for disease resistance and increased yield, recommended planting methods, and a bit about critter management.
Andrew Goodheart Brown, a.k.a. the Urban Orchardist, has taught permaculture classes around the world, and he brings his wealth of knowledge to this class - including decades of personal experience with growing fruit organically in Western North Carolina. His own yard is a paradise of fruit and edibles.
Free, but please pre-register at the Garden Shop or call 828-645-3937.
We are excited to announce:
WEAVERVILLE TAILGATE MARKET at Reems Creek Nursery
Every Wednesday from 2:30-6 thru October Rain or Shine
The Weaverville Tailgate Market will be located at Reems Creek Nursery this year every Wednesday afternoon from 2:30 to 6 pm. through October. Look for the market in the lower gravel parking lot to the right of our entrance (parking for the tailgate market will also be in the lower gravel parking lot).
Reems Creek Nursery will host the Weaverville Tailgate Market at while the Town of Weaverville rebuilds the Community Center at Lake Louise. Looking forward to local food!
Reems Creek Nursery was voted
#1 NURSERY in BEST of WNC Mountain Xpress 2018!
Thank you! Our customers are the best!
Thank you for voting us:
- Hall of Fame!