Contact Us

The nursery can be visited by appointment only. To arrange a visit, please contact me by cell or complete the form below. Usually, I am available during evenings Monday to Friday and morning to evening on weekends. I will not be able to take any calls or reply promptly during regular working hours Monday to Friday but I will get back to you as soon as possible.

Cell: (506) 638-8024

Special Orders for 2025

The nursery can take special orders for most species to be grown in 2025. The seeds would be collected/ordered in fall, stored over winter and propagated in spring. A price can be negotiated depending on how long they are to be tended for in the nursery. For orders over 20 trees, a deposit of $1.00 per tree would be required. Outstanding balance to be paid upon collection.

Please note, some years can be lean for seed production of certain species. If this is the case, you will be notified and the deposit will be refunded in fall.


I am constantly on the lookout for superior or rare trees to collect seed from in southern New Brunswick from St. Andrews to Fredericton to Moncton. If you know the location of any of the following trees, I would love to hear from you. 

American Chestnut (Castanea Dentata) – A very rare and endangered tree not native to NB but may have been planted in some places. 

Black Cherry (Prunus Serotina) – A native NB tree that seems to be quite rare now. I would love to know if anyone has some large healthy specimens growing on their property. 

Bur Oak (Quercus Macrocarpa) – Another endangered native of NB. I know a few good locations in the Grand Lake region but am always curious to find other natural sites, especially on private lands. I am not looking for trees growing in isolation that were likely planted.

Black Walnut (Juglans Nigra) – A non-native of NB. I know of a few in Fredericton but looking for other options maybe closer to Saint John.

Butternut (Juglans Cinerea) – An endangered NB native. I know of a few good locations in the Fredericton region that have healthy natural stands. I’m always eager to find new locations with healthy natural stands. 

Shagbark Hickory (Carya Ovata) – Not a native of NB but I would like to be able to harvest my own seeds instead of ordering online. 

White Oak (Quercus Alba) – Another non-native of NB. Very frustrating acorns to order as they almost always germinate and then go moldy in the mail. I would love to find a local source – not to be confused with Bur Oak or English Oak of which there are many planted examples around.  

Yellow Buckeye (Aesculus Flava) – All Aesculus species were recently banned for import into Canada – I learned this the hard way. It’s a long shot, but would love to know if there are any seed bearing trees around – not to be mistaken for the Common Horsechestnut (Aesculus Hippocastanum) which is really common.