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!

  • Golden Trumpet Daffodil King Alfred

    Traditional blooms.

     
  • Daffodils Mixed Trumpet and Cup Daffodils

    A top blend of traditional daffs. (No fragrance)

     
  • Snowflake Gravetye Giant

    The biggest and best around.

     
  • Daffodil Dick Wilden

    Dazzling daffodils.

     
  • Daffodils Tesselaar's Choice Blend

    A bit of everything.

     
  • Tesselaar Top 7 Daffodil Collection

    Spring highlights.

     
  • Daffodil Ice Follies

    Cool customers.

     
  • Garden Daffodils Collection

    Simple and sweet.

     
  • Daffodil Victorious

    Victorious in pots or gardens.

     
  • Daffodil Ptolemy

    A flower for the stars.

     
  • Daffodil Red Devon

    Almost red cups.

     
  • Daffodils Signor

    A changing show.