Wayne Scott was a high school agriculture teacher who dreamed of putting what he taught to practice. Wayne and his wife Mary Lou worked hard for many years and built a very reputable name not only in the strawberry business but also in half runner beans, sweet corn, and – their largest commodity – tomatoes.
They were not only successful in their business but also in their family life. They had five children and multiple grandchildren. Nothing was more important to the Scotts than family, and that continues on to this day.
Son, Steve, and grandsons, Ryan and Cody Scott, have followed in Mr. Scott’s footsteps, growing the farm and maintaining the high standards set over sixty years ago.
We pick our famous juicy strawberries fresh daily and sell them in quart containers to the public at our retail stands located from Knoxville to Bristol, as well as at our home market location in Unicoi.
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Half runner green beans are next to arrive in the summer, followed by our delicious sweet corn.
We also grow an assortment of garden vegetables that we sell all summer long at Scott’s Farm Market in Unicoi.
Tomatoes arrive in mid-July and are still our largest commodity to this day.
We ship them nationwide, but also sell them to the public at Scott’s Farm Market. We offer a variety of types of tomatoes including romas, rounds, and heirlooms.
We grow four varieties that are harvested from early July into September. The blueberries are sold at Scott’s Farm Market in Unicoi. We also sell blueberry preserves year-round, and blueberry ice cream when in season, both made with our blueberries.
We offer a wide variety of vegetables, fruits, local goods, specialty items, preserves, merchandise, and our homemade ice cream.
Our produce is picked at the peak of maturity and freshness, so we can ensure the best quality and flavor for our customers.
Visit our market page to learn more about our wide array of fresh produce offered at the market, merchandise, specialty items, and homemade ice cream, Scott’s Scoops.