Daffodils are one of the quintessential spring bulbs. They are so easy to grow and you will have them surprise you each spring as they pop up without any effort from you. We love them!

Plant as many as space permits because daffodils are great bulbs for lazy gardeners.

Daffodil tip: If after four or five years you notice that your daffodil bulbs are producing lots of foliage but not many flowers, your bulbs may have multiplied and be suffering from overcrowding. This is great news. Simply allow the flowers and foliage to die back naturally over Spring. Then around the end of November/start of December, dig them up, shake of the excess dirt, store them somewhere cool (low to mid 20c is fine) and airy over Summer, then replant them around Mother’s day.

Tesselaar's Selection

Daffodil breeders are always working hard to make small improvements and different variations in flowers. We, as gardeners have a lot to thank them for because they provide us with an almost endless variety to enjoy.

  • Daffodil Camelot

    Our favourite golden trumpet.

     
  • Daffodil Neon

    Sensational.

     
  • Daffodil Sunlover

    Sun loving blooms.

     
  • Tesselaar's Selection Collection

    Spring highlights.

     
  • Pink Daffodil Precocious

    Triumphant blooms.

     
  • Double Daffodils Full House

    Style in spades!

     
  • Daffodil Billy Graham

    Unusual colouration.

     

Golden Trumpet Daffodils

Gold never looked so good. These traditional daffodils glow in shades of brilliant yellow and never go out of style. They also make excellent cut flowers.

  • Golden Trumpet Daffodil King Alfred

    Traditional blooms.

     
  • Golden Trumpet Daffodil Greg's Favourite

    Good as gold.

     
  • Golden Trumpet Daffodil Golden Lion

    Traditional golden blooms.

     

Great garden Daffodils

These are tough, hardy varieties that are simple to grow. Each of these cultivars has been trialled in our fields and we are confident of their quality. Daffodils can be planted either in the garden or in pots and can be relied upon to produce masses of reliable spring colour year after year. There is no real trick to them, simply plant, water in, fertilise and wait!

  • Garden Daffodils Dick Wilden

    Dazzling daffodils.

     
  • Daffodil Marjorie

    Spring sensations.

     
  • Garden Daffodils Collection

    Simple and sweet.

     
  • Daffodil Ice Follies

    Cool customers.

     
  • Daffodil Red Devon

    Almost red cups.

     
  • Daffodil Victorious

    Victorious in pots or gardens.

     
  • Daffodil Ptolemy

    A flower for the stars.

     

Miniature Daffodils

These petite blooms may be small in size but they certainly create a big impact in the garden. Tough, hardy and easy to grow these daffodils add garden fun and always attract attention. Miniature Daffodils are ideal in patio pots or woven into the nooks and crannies of your garden.

  • Snowflake Gravetye Giant

    The biggest and best around.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Tete a Tete

    Spring song.

     
  • Hoop Petticoat Daffodil Golden Dragon

    Cherished flowers.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Collection

    Big on style.

     
  • Miniature Daffodil Minnow

    Short and sweet.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Spring Sunshine

    Little rippers.

     

Scented Jonquil Daffodils

These cheery blooms are commonly known as Jonquils and they are some of the toughest Daffodils out there. The flowers cluster together on strong stems in groups of up to 20. They have a delightful fragrance and last well in a vase. Plant them once and enjoy them for many years to come.

  • Scented Daffodils Erlicheer

    Early blooming.

     
  • Daffodils Scentsational Blend

    A blend of fragrant Jonquils.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Paperwhite Ziva

    Strong, virus free stock.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Collection

    Perfectly perfumed.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Golden Dawn

    Fabulous fragrance.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Silver Chimes

    Fragrant fancies.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Bridal Crown

    Crowning glory!

     
  • Scented Daffodils Soleil D'Or

    Grand blooms.

     
  • Scented Daffodils Geranium

    Extremely floriferous.

     

Butterfly Daffodils

Frivolous flamboyance! Butterfly Daffodils are elaborate flowers, where the corona or trumpet is split to form a ruffle which makes the flower appear double. For this reason they are also known as Split Corona or Split Crown Daffodils. But we like the more romantic term Butterfly Daffodils and think they look fabulous fluttering in the spring breeze.

  • Butterfly Daffodils Orangery

    Crisp colours.

     
  • Butterfly Daffodils Chanterelle

    A big, smiling bloom!

     
  • Butterfly Daffodils Collection

    Spring fanfare.

     
  • Butterfly Daffodils Congress

    All a flutter!

     
  • Butterfly Daffodils Gabrielle Kleiberg

    Strong and lasting.

     

Double Daffodils

Twice as nice daffodils with double trumpets, petals or both - these Daffodils have all the trimmings! Take advantage of the large variety available to create a symphony of colours and textures in your garden. Double daffodils are suitable for garden and container plantings.

  • Double Daffodils Ice King

    Royal ruffles.

     
  • Double Daffodils Replete

    One of the best.

     
  • Double Daffodil Safina

    New in 2019.

     
  • Double Daffodils Collection

    Double the delight.

     
  • Double Daffodils Tahiti

    A classic.

     
  • Double Daffodils Double Fashion

    A trend setter!

     
  • Double Daffodils White Lion

    A spring roar.

     

Pink Daffodils

Highly decorative Daffodils with broad pale petals and eye catching coronas in shades from salmon to red. These showy Daffodils are stars in the garden.

  • Double Daffodils Pink Champagne

    The toast of spring!

     
  • Daffodil Champagne

    A celebratory flower.

     
  • Pink Daffodil Precocious

    Triumphant blooms.

     
  • Pink Daffodil Accent

    Accent on style.

     

Mixed Daffodils

Daffodils really are the essence of spring. We don’t think spring has sprung until we see a few of these delightful blooms bursting into flower. They offer budget friendly, feel good colour. These bulbs are all ready to flower this season. Buying mixed daffodils is a fabulous, cost effective way to create a stunning mass planting effects in your garden.

Pheasant Eye Daffodils

It is easy to fall in love with these flowers, they ooze charm! The swept back petals expose the small, dainty cups with a regal elegance that is hard to surpass. The fragrance too is refined and memorable.

  • Pheasant Eye Daffodils Poetry in Motion

    Breathtaking beauty.

     
  • Pheasant Eye Daffodils Sea Green

    A show stopper!

     

Woodland Daffodils

Time honoured Daffodils with an easy going nature. Their ability to naturalise makes them valuable plants for growiung beneath deciduous trees, or incorporating into your garden scheme.

  • Daffodil Chinese Sacred Lily

    An heirloom sensation.

     
  • Daffodil Woodland Star

    New in 2019.

     
  • Daffodil Glen Clova

    The holy grail of daffodils!

     
  • Daffodil Las Vegas

    Viva Las Vegas.