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Darragh's weekly farming column in the Irish Independent can be found here (note that most of the articles are only accessible to subscribers)

Mary Fanning did a lovely report on Elmgrove Farm's daffodil enterprise and efforts to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society for Nationwide on RTE One in 2021. You can watch the full clip here.

Media coverage of Elmgrove Farm Flowers:

We were delighted to be listed as one of Ireland's top ten growers and suppliers of Irish flowers by Georgina Campbell's guide. Check out the full list here.

The Irish TImes highlighted the businesses that are offering local alternatives for Valentines Day. It just wouldn't have been right if they hadn't given us a mention!

After this piece was published in the Irish Times, we just couldn't cope with the volume of calls and emails that came in looking flowers. That was a good problem, and the answer was relatively straight-forward - get cracking on!

It's easy to telll a good story, and this piece in the Sunday TImes is the proof!

Daffodils are a flower that lift a lot of people's spirits during one of the darkest times of the year. That's why journalists and presenters like RTE's Ray D'Arcy often give Darragh a call during the daffodil season to get a feel for what it's like out in the fields.

Darragh McCullough talks to RTE's John Cooke about how the weather extremes are affecting his farming operations at home.

Darragh McCullough reflects on his work-life balance and the importance of a daily exercise regime.

Darragh McCullough talks about his farming year on Virgin Media One's Six O'Clock Show.

Darragh McCullough talks to Una Sinnott of the Agricultural Science Association about all the hot topics affecting farming at the moment - diversification, environmental restrictions, the prospects for livestock farming as counter movements like veganism gain ground.

Darragh McCullough talks to LMFM's Gerry Kelly about Elmgrove Farm's link up with local and national charities, using the farm's daffodil enterprise.

Elmgrove Farm has supported the Irish Cancer Society's National Daffodil Day for many years. It was profiled in the Irish Independent.