Welcome to The Flower Farmers of Ireland!

Seasonal, scented, freshly-harvested Irish cut flowers and foliage, grown with love and arranged with flair…this is what’s at the heart of the Flower Farmers of Ireland association, whose members can be found from the wilds of west Cork to the meadowlands of Leitrim.

Welcome to The Flower Farmers of Ireland!

Seasonal, scented, freshly-harvested Irish cut flowers and foliage, grown with love and arranged with flair…this is what’s at the heart of the Flower Farmers of Ireland association, whose members can be found from the wilds of west Cork to the meadowlands of Leitrim.

Seasonal Spotlight

Here’s what’s happening with our members at the moment:

May – Early June

May is when Summer really starts to make itself known, and the colours and scents of nature that are appearing everywhere can revive the most jaded spirit. Flowers, however, can also enliven the dinner table, and not just in a vase!

Edible Flowers can be used to decorate a special cake, liven up a salad, or add a ‘grace note’ to a savoury dish or dessert.

Some of our members provide edible flowers such as Pansies, Calendula & Nasturtiums. Roses can also add an elegant touch. Don’t forget the greens – mint, lemon balm and oregano look and smell lovely, so are decorative <i)and tasty.

Members of the Flower Farmers of Ireland provide these crops in season and free from pesticides and herbicides.

‘Cake Flowers’ from Between the Briars in Glanmire, Co. Cork – click/tap for more information.

Seasonal Spotlight

Here’s what’s happening with our members at the moment:

May – Early June

May is when Summer really starts to make itself known, and the colours and scents of nature that are appearing everywhere can revive the most jaded spirit. Flowers, however, can also enliven the dinner table, and not just in a vase!

Edible Flowers can be used to decorate a special cake, liven up a salad, or add a ‘grace note’ to a savoury dish or dessert.

Some of our members provide edible flowers such as Pansies, Calendula & Nasturtiums. Roses can also add an elegant touch. Don’t forget the greens – mint, lemon balm and oregano look and smell lovely, so are decorative <i)and tasty.

Members of the Flower Farmers of Ireland provide these crops in season and free from pesticides and herbicides.

‘Cake Flowers’ from Between the Briars in Glanmire, Co. Cork – click/tap for more information.

A seasonal feast for the eyes.

A seasonal feast for the eyes.

We’re all about seasonality. That means being out on the land all year round, so we can see (and take pride in) our flowers and foliage celebrate the ever-shifting beauty of the Irish year. Our members take it in turns to run our social media accounts so our Instagram feed always has a fresh perspective.

Find your nearest Flower Farmer!

Find your nearest Flower Farmer!