We are large scale growers of cut flowers

The company is focused on high quality flowers with flexible and
versatile production facilities, using sustainable resources

Supported by a highly experienced team

To discuss your needs contact us on: +44 (0)1775 640218
or email us: info@emcolefarms.com

We are recruiting right NOW - please complete our online application form HERE


Welcome to E M Cole Farms Ltd

E M Cole Farms Ltd is a family based business started by Eric and Mae Cole in 1927, continued by Ivor Cole, and is now run by the third generation, James Cole. We are located in the village of West Pinchbeck, Spalding in the South Holland region of Lincolnshire.

Cut Flower production is the main focus of the business, we have over 60 years’ experience as cut flower growers and our emphasis is always on high quality. Our current flower crops include Tulips, Lilies, Scented Stocks and Sedum.

The Farm side of the business focuses on cereal and root crops.


Aerial shot of E M Cole Farms substantial site James Cole is the master grower at EM Cole Farms

James Cole, Managing Director at E M Cole Farms Ltd

E M Cole Farms Ltd
Small Drove Lane, West Pinchbeck
Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 3NL
V.A.T 119 3207 88
Registered in England No: 479440
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E M Cole Farms Ltd

Part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas

2020 E M Cole Farms Ltd
Renewable Heat Pipe Work Project

2021 Cut Flower Buncher Project

The company undertook the following project:
Adding heating pipes for 6000 sqm of Glasshouses to the renewable heating system and installing 8000 sqm of Thermal and Shade screens. The project will reduce Carbon Emissions for growing flower crops by using renewable heat and saving energy.

2021 Cut flower machinery was added for processing and marketing and or developing agricultural products grown by the company.  

It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.