Scott’s Farm Greenhouse

Chester, Connecticut

Scott's Farm and Greenhouses

At Scott’s Farm, Essex, we devote 15,000 square feet of greenhouse space to growing the finest hanging baskets and annual plants. Our staff have designed thousands of hanging baskets to choose from – mixed combinations are our specialty! Everything from ageratum to zinnias is available. We also grow many thousands of 4 and 6 inch Proven Winners plants and have a nice selection of perennials grown for us by Judges Farms in Old Lyme, CT. Our wide selection of annuals and perennials are available through spring and summer as well as acres and acres of vegetables that are picked fresh daily when in season. In late July our cutting garden is open for Cut Your Own flowers, sold by the pound. We invite all of our customers to come check out our eclectic array of beautiful flowers to mix and match for creative bouquets. Great for do-it-yourself wedding flowers, parties, gifts, or to enjoy at home!

Farm Products:

Blueberries, peaches, raspberries, tomatoes, corn, squash/zucchini, cucumbers, pickling cukes, peppers, spinach, beets and more! Potted patio annuals. Pick your own blueberries, cut your own flowers, pick your own peaches.

Owner:

The Scott Family

Mailing Address:

81 Plains Rd, Essex, CT 06426, USA

Farm Location:

81 Plains Rd, Essex, CT 06426, USA

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Phone:

(860) 767-7059

Email:

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Open:

Easter through Thanksgiving, daily

Hours:

9am to 6pm seven days a week.
After 10/26 we close at 5pm daily.

Directions:

From Exit 3, Route 9, travel south on Route 153 for 2 miles. Farm is on the right prior to Bokum Center.

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Special Information:

Scott’s Farm employs IPM methods to control pests. IPM is an acronym forIntegrated Pest Management. In short, IPM is an environmentally safe approach to pest management.

RiverCOG
145 Dennison Road, Essex, CT 06426

Phone: (860) 581-8554
Email: info@rivercog.org

This website had been produced with an Agriculture Viability Grant made available through the Connecticut Department of Agriculture.
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