scott-oliver-with-barbaraScott’s Established 1935

More than eighty years ago, Oliver Scott started growing perennials and vegetables in Lincoln upon his arrival from Scotland. In 1935, with his wife Martha, they constructed their first greenhouse and increased the variety of products they grew.

They attended the open-air market at Phoenix Square in Fredericton and later the Boyce Farmers Market. Oliver died in 1957 at the age of 52. Martha along with her two sons Jim and George continued on with the business.

Martha passed away in 1989 at the age of 72. Today, the 3rd generation continues to be actively involved.

The business has expanded to over 5 acres of greenhouses for growing bedding plants, potted plants, seasonal crops, spring bulbs, perennials, hanging baskets, etc. We also carry an extensive inventory of evergreens, flowering shrubs, shade and fruit trees, fertilizers, bulk soils, and much much more!

Upon your arrival at Scott’s you will find our tree lot with various eye catching displays. As you continue on your visit you will find the entrance to our Flower Shop which is always stocked full of fresh flowers, silk arrangements, ornaments and many other great gift giving ideas.

Carry on and you’ll also find the entrance to the Garden Center where you will be pleased to find the largest selection of plant material east of Montreal.

Once you have traveled through our Garden Center feel free to tour through our many production greenhouses where you will find a vast selection of Annuals, Perennials, Proven Winners, Hanging Baskets and so much more!

If you are visiting during the off season you’ll marvel at the crops available some of which might be Hydrangeas, Poinsettias, Christmas Cactus, Cyclamen and many others. We always have something “growing” on around here.

We have grown considerably over the years as we now employ 30 full time staff with approximately 100 seasonal workers in our prime time sales season. Our wholesale delivery now covers most of NB, P.E.I., parts of NS, Quebec and a small but growing US market.