Our Farm

O’hanlon herbs farm

O’hanlon herbs farm

Our Farm

Currently, our farm consists of approximately 2 acres of glasshouse and associated infrastructure, a cut herb packhouse, a small outdoor nursery area and staff facilities. Our glasshouses are broken into 3 distinct sections, with variable climatic conditions in each.

Each of the glasshouse were built at different times over the years as we grew, so we have them each set up to be a little bit different. Our outdoor nursery area is used in season to grow some hardier herbs, while our pack house consists of two flow pack machines, which pack our cut herb selection all year round!

If you want to learn more about how we have grown over the years, visit our story page!

Team

It’s our dedicated and hardworking team on the farm in Glenealy, Co. Wicklow that has made the difference.

We are proud that our dynamic and talented employees share a unique passion for what we do. Working diligently every day to improve performance & consistency of our products.

Our success has also been achieved due to the commitment & passion of our Irish herb growers/suppliers, and our quality approved growers abroad.

Together, with our trusted partners, we work to ensure that we supply the Irish market with the finest quality herbs all year round.

O'hanlon herbs farm

Community Engagement

O'hanlon herbs farm greenhouse

We aim to make an impactful and meaningful difference to help the local community in which we operate. Education, community and sports are the areas we believe are important, so we are involved in a variety of initiatives to create positive change.

We proudly sponsor one of the local football clubs jerseys in our local community. We have supported the Astroturf at the Glenealy community hall, which has created a great sporting facility for the community to come together for healthy recreation all year round.

In order to create an interest and awareness of the importance of health, we are helping create and maintain an herb garden with the senior class in the local primary school – St. Josephs National School, which we hope will inspire the next generation of budding horticulturists.

To further educate the school children, we have coordinated visits for the senior class to see our glasshouses in last term, and have a hand on experience by being able to sow their own seeds, and watch their herb plant grow at home.