Our Flower Farm Story
Seekings Flower Farm is a sustainable flower farm located in sunny East Cork. In the growing season you will find row upon row of beautiful, Irish cut-flowers, all cultivated from seed or bulbs by flower farmer Anna Hogan.
Created by Anna and her partner Seamus, both are trained designers but pursued careers in law and finance respectively until the desire to grow beautiful flowers was too strong for them and they came to sunny east Cork to create their sustainably-managed garden and flower farm.
Anna creates nature-inspired bouquets that are full of romance, colour and heady fragrance. Her signature bouquets and arrangements are complemented by the use of aromatic herbs such as lemon verbena, fennel, dill, chocolate mint and apple mint that further enhance their heady scent.
From country wildflower with a vintage vibe to rustic, funky and fun, Anna crafts bouquets that reflect her customer’s favourite styles while using an ever-changing palette of flowers, foliage, berries and seed-heads which echo the rhythm of the changing seasons.
At Seekings Flower Farm, customers can choose from an abundance of different flowers in season; narcissi, tulips, anemones, ranunculus, peonies and roses, are some of the standout stars that grow here alongside drifts of brightly-coloured summer annuals, all waiting to be used for romantic custom-made arrangements or bouquets bursting with fragrance.
Perhaps you are planning your special day? Perhaps you would love to fill your home with fragrant, local, Irish flowers, full of amazing texture. Contact Anna at Seekings……and choose flowers grown as nature intended.
SERVICES OFFERED INCLUDE:
Seasonal bouquets and arrangements
Wedding and event flowers
DIY wedding flowers
Christmas wreaths and decorations
Hen party workshops
Seekings Flower Farm is a member of the Flower Farmers of Ireland. This Association is an all-Ireland support and advice group for Irelands commercial cut-flower and foliage farmers. The Association aims to promote the cultivation, marketing, sale and use of Irish-grown cut-flowers and foliage and to support and act as an advocate for its members. It promotes growing seasonal Irish cut-flowers and foliage in a sustainable manner with respect for the environment and the people working in the industry and is a national voice for the development of this industry in Ireland.