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Our Flowers

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Soah flowers Kilkenny 


From field to vase we provide an alternative

to the usual flowers on offer in so many places.

As the flower on our farm are locally grown, they don't require swathes of plastic wrapping or long days of travel and refridgeration.  It is shear joy to be able to grow and harvest as many blooms as we possibly can and show how truly gorgeous Irish grown flowers are, with their beautiful scents and diverse colours.

Grown not flown…

A lot of the flowers we grow do not ship well (therefore cannot be imported) allowing us to provide our customers with many unusual varieties that are not commonly available to purchase elsewhere. Think of clouds of billowing dahlia blooms, delicate, delightful nigella (love in a mist), and frothy stems of Queen Anne's lace. A lot of our flowers are heirloom and cottage varieties and we always delight in finding new varieties to grow for our clients.

We work with the seasons so the variety of flowers we supply is constantly changing. Our season currently starts with narcissus, tulip and hyacinth and over the growing period we harvest a huge variety of flowers including muscari, hesperis, foxglove, ranunculus, anemone, Iris, calendula, sweet william, Icelandic poppy, scented stock, dahlia, shasta daisy, borage, sunflower, snapdragon, bells of Ireland, aster and many, many more.

 To get an idea of what flowers are in season pop over to our Pinterest page where we have a month my month guide to our flower availability.

 

When you purchase blooms from our flower farm you can be assured that they were grown with the utmost care and love for the world around us. While we are not certified, our farm is organically and sustainably managed.

Being organic means...

that we don't use any nasty sprays on our flowers, always strive to protect our soil for the future and work with nature to create a happy environment for local wildlife. Bees, butterflies, birds, and the boys' favourite - ladybirds - all gather to play and work in our flower fields.

Being sustainable means...

that we are always thinking of future generations when we work. We use as many renewable resources as possible.

We reuse, recycle and compost as much as we possibly can, keeping our carbon footprint to a minimum.

If you would like to purchase our beautiful blooms...

Pop over to our web shop and place your order.

Come see us at the market:

The Parade in Kilkenny on Thursdays from 8.30am - 4.00pm

 You may also, like to:

Find a stockist - our flowers are available to purchase from April to October in...

The Little Green Grocer, Parliament St. Kilkenny.

Rothe House and Gardens, Parliament St. KIlkenny.

Howbert and Mays, Monkstown, Co. Dublin.,

Howbert and Mays, Airfield Estate, Dundrum, Co. Dublin.

 

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