Here is one of our roses currently in Bloom ! This one is Double Delight a Hybrid Tea rose with a wonderful fragrance and bloom. Will have these at our Tailgate/Farmers markets this week in West Asheville on Tuesday (6/30) , East Asheville on Friday (7/3) and the Asheville City Market on the A-B Tech Campus on Saturday (7/4).
Selling our fragrant roses…japanese maples and conifers in a beautiful relaxing setting
physical address holt pond road in Flat Rock NC. Hours 9am to 5pm today and tomorrow.
.May 24th and 25th….
We are still not attending farmers markets yet but we are taking appointments from people to visit while practising social distancing- we prefer payment for plants via pay pal. We offer our standard japanese maples, roses, conifers, lilacs in bloom but also have raspberry and strawberry plants, bearing 3 gallon blueberries, paw paws, mulberries and more. We also can take photos of selected plants, email them to customers and then deliver the plants as well during this season. Contact us at 779-1981 or email at email@example.com
April is usually one of our busiest months at the Nursery. However, this year so far, our plant and garden shows are cancelled. These include Growing in the Mountains, Montreat Native Plant Sale and the Black Mountain Beautification plant sale. Our participation at the local Farmer’s markets is cancelled for the most part or severely restricted. The Nursery is still open but please call 828-779-1981 or email to make an appointment to come visit. We do ask if you visit that you abide by the safe social distancing conditions. You can also request that we pick and deliver any plants as well. We can take photos and send them to you electronically before any purchase.
The nursery specializes in fine and unusual landscape plants and uncommon specimen trees. This includes Japanese maples, conifers, roses, cherries, blueberries, gardenias, paw paws, figs, cherries, pomegranates and other edible fruits, cold hardy tropicals , select indoor and outdoor plants, and bonsai. Many of our berry and fruit selections will bear this season. All trees are hardy to our local climate.