Howe Hill Flower Farm

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LOCATION ADDRESS

Ballydownis, Kilbrittain, Co.Cork. P72 CX34
Cork, Ireland

SERVICES OFFERED

  • Seasonal bouquets and arrangements

  • Wholesale flowers

  • Edible flowers

  • Workshops

AREAS SERVICED

Our market bouquets can be found at:
Diva Boutique Bakery - Ballinspittle
Rebecca's Farm Shop & Cafe - near Kilbrittain
Urru Culinary Store - Bandon
The Roughty Foodie - The English Market, Cork

We also supply registered, chemical-free, edible flowers to restaurants and chefs between Clonakilty & Cork City
We also offer a bouquet subscription service to local customers

Howe Hill Flower Farm is a family smallholding located on the West Cork coast, between Kinsale & Clonakilty. Originally a large garden , it has been transformed into a productive collection of annual, perennial and shrub beds growing a seasonal array of nostalgic, country garden style, eco-friendly, cut and edible flowers.

We grow flowers specifically for supply to artisan shops and grocers as “market bouquets”; professionally hand-tied and packaged in recyclable/compostable materials – gorgeous and guilt free bunches which are home grown with no chemicals. We also offer unusual, “hard-to-ship” varieties such as dahlias, sweet-pea, rudbeckia and zinnias to florists, floral designers and floral wholesalers.

We offer a seasonal bouquet subscription service throughout the summer, bunches filled with fragrant, old fashioned flowers the likes of which you would rarely, if ever find in any shop bouquet.

Our edible flowers are grown in both our outdoor and polytunnel beds, we grow using only organic pest control and chemical free fertilizers. We are a registered grower (DAFM).

Howe Hill Flower Farm is lovingly tended by Felicity (Flicky) Howe-Prior and her family. She studied Art & Design at GMIT, giving her grounding in, and an understanding of design. While at college, she began working as a florist, and has since been a commercial florist for the past 20 years. Realising the environmental impact of commercial flower growing, and the increasing demand for locally grown blooms, she has been cultivating her own eco-friendly, sustainable flowers since 2016.

We would love to hear from anyone wishing to creatively add flowers to their menus, and of course those who would love to include our “alternative flowers” in their repertoire.

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