Welcome to a showy selection of the best of the best from the current season's range. These are the new, rare and hot to trot plants of the season.

Daffodil Highlights

Daffodils come in all shapes and sizes and with so many to choose from it is good fun to try a few new ones each year. This selection stood out to us in the paddock last season. We were impressed by their vigour and flowering prowess.

  • Miniature Daffodils Tete Boucle

    New in 2019.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Thalia

    New in 2019.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Hawera

    New in 2019.

     
  • Daffodil Avalon

    Big and beautiful.

     
  • Daffodil Paolo Veronese

    Pretty as a picture.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Bittern

    A little beauty.

     
  • Double Daffodil Acropolis

    A classic charmer.

     

Tulip Highlights

These show stealing blooms have all the frills! For variety and glamour tulips are hard to surpass. Their never ending range is a joy to behold and plenty of fun to experiment with. Their dynamic range works well in gardens or pots. Can you ever really have enough?

  • Tulip Versace

    Iconic flowers.

     
  • Lily Tulip Seattle

    One of the best Lily Tulips we’ve grown.

     
  • Tulip Purple Crystal

    New in 2019.

     

Midikin Ranunculi

A dwarf form of Ranunculus exclusive to Tesselaar. These compact bloomers have fully double petals and uniform colours – they are hand pollinated to ensure they flower true to type. They will bloom for up to six weeks and the flowers are fantastic for picking. Each corm will yield numerous flowers.

  • Midikin Ranunculus Mixed

    Uniform colour, improved growth.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus White

    Magic in gardens and vases.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Collection

    Floral gems.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Yellow

    Good as gold.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Purple

    Romantic blooms.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Hot Pink

    Lovely lipstick pink blooms.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Orange

    Maximum colour, minimum fuss.

     
  • Midikin Ranunculus Blood Red

    Bountiful bold colour.

     

Miniature Daffodil

These petite blooms may be small in size but they certainly create a big impact in the garden. Tiny daffodils that replicate their bigger cousins in everything but size, they are just superb. Tough, hardy and easy to grow these daffodils add garden fun and always attract attention. Each bulb produces more than one flower. Ideal in patio pots or woven into your gardens nooks and crannies.

  • Miniature Daffodils Tete Boucle

    New in 2019.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Thalia

    New in 2019.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Hawera

    New in 2019.

     
  • Miniature Daffodils Bittern

    A little beauty.

     

Warm coloured Tulips

These tulips deliver the sizzle in spring. Use a combination of this collection to create a cohesive show, selecting those with similar flowering times to make the most of your display. Warm colours work well in gardens to draw the eye.

  • Tulip Orange Balloon

    New in 2019.

     
  • Parrot Tulips Flaming Parrot

    Fiery feathers.

     
  • Tulip Orange Princess

    A royal impression.

     
  • Tulip Sensual Touch

    Wow, what a stunner.

     
  • Tulip Spryng

    A garden great.

     
  • Tulip Bloody Mary

    Blood red stunners.

     
  • Warm Coloured Tulips Collection

    High impact flowers.

     
  • Tulip Rambo

    A 'tough guy' in the tulip world.

     
  • Tulip Vedi Napoli

    New in 2019.

     
  • Parrot Tulips Yellow Sun

    Petals of sunshine.

     

Cool coloured Tulips

Cool things down this spring with these tranquil shades. Choose a variety from this collection to create calm, relaxed feel to your garden design. Cool colours are also useful for making small spaces appear larger.

  • Fringed Tulips Cuban Night

    Dark and dramatic.

     
  • Tulip Belicia

    Be still my beating heart.

     
  • Parrot Tulip Black Parrot

    Black is back!

     
  • Tulip Candy Prince

    A prince among blooms.

     
  • Tulip Mata Hari

    A femme fatale.

     
  • Cool Coloured Tulips Collection

    Cool customers.

     
  • Tulip Brest

    Cutting edge blooms.

     
  • Tulip Black Jack

    Great for contrast.

     
  • Tulip Fringed Family

    A multi headed tulip with flair.

     
  • Tulip Synaeda Blue

    Pointed perfection.

     

Alliums

Alliums come in a huge range of shapes and sizes. From the impressive floral globes of ‘GlobeMaster’ and ‘Mount Everest’ to the dainty Drumsticks. One thing they all have in common is that they love a sunny, well drained spot. The flowers begin late spring and with a range of species will last into mid summer.

Snow Crocus

As the name suggests these dainty blooms can push through fallen snow to herald the spring. Of course you don’t need the snow to grow these plants, they will thrive in Cool to Mediterranean conditions. They like a bit of frost over the winter and shade in summer to prosper. Snow Crocus look dashing in rockeries, beds and pots.

  • Snow Crocus Prins Claus

    Princely blooms.

     
  • Snow Crocus Mixed

    Winter bloomers.

     
  • Snow Crocus Gypsy Girl

    Bright and beautiful.

     
  • Snow Crocus Collection

    Short but oh so sweet.

     
  • Snow Crocus Blue Pearl

    A pearler.

     
  • Snow Crocus Romance

    Golden romance.

     
  • Snow Crocus Ard Schenk

    Snow white beauties.

     
  • Snow Crocus Cream Beauty

    What a beauty.

     

Species Crocus

These are some of the first spring bulbs to bloom. Species Crocus are wonderfully dainty and oh so pretty. While they look delicate they are actually quite easy to grow. Plant them in pots, or rockeries or towards the front of your garden beds, where they will delight all who see them.

  • Species Crocus Firefly

    Winter wonders.

     
  • Species Crocus Barr`s Purple

    A superb choice.

     
  • Species Crocus Zwanenburg

    Exquisite, iridescent flowers.

     

Gorgeous Grape Hyacinths

These wonderfully whimsical, early season blooms are sure to steal your heart. Grape Hyacinths combine beautifully with Crocus, Galanthus and miniature daffodils. They rise early in the season with foliage from as early as July and will flower August to September. These are just the sort of flowers you can imagine fairies dancing through.

  • Grape Hyacinths Mount Hood

    A snow capped bloom.

     
  • Grape Hyacinths Baby's Breath

    Get in quick!

    Only 15 remaining
     
  • Grape Hyacinths Argei Album

    Much sought after.

     
  • Grape Hyacinths White Magic

    A kind of magic.

     
  • Grape Hyacinths Fantasy Creation

    Fantastical flowers.

     
  • Grape Hyacinths Venus

    Timeless beauty.

     
  • Grape Hyacinths Pink Surprise

    Hurry while stocks last!

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Daffodil Delights

Their sunny disposition makes them simple to love, nature makes them simple to grow. These spring essentials bring big rewards for little effort. Daffodils also make great cut flowers, so why not plant a few extras for picking?!

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    Daffodil Rosslare

    A much loved variety.

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  • Daffodil Petit Four

    A colour chameleon.

     
  • Double Daffodil Queen's Day

    A beauty queen.

     
  • Daffodil Delights Collection

    Delightful daffodils.

     
  • Double Daffodils Flower Parade

    On parade.

     

Naturalising Daffodils

Naturalising bulbs means you can plant them once and enjoy them for years – leaving them in the ground to do their own thing and flower reliably each season. Plant them three times their height and water in, that is pretty much it ... better get a cup of tea and relax now!

  • Daffodil Henriquesii

    One of the best and brightest.

     
  • Daffodil Twin Sisters

    One of the best.

     
  • Daffodil Jessica

    New in 2019.

     
  • Daffodil Abba

    Dancing queen.

     
  • Daffodil Giltol

    A head turner.

     
  • Naturalising Daffodils Collection

    The essence of spring.

     

Bulk Buys

Bulk Buys are your chance to fill your garden with colour at the best possible price. Our Bulk Buys take advantage of this season’s bumper crops. It is always a happy thing to share in good fortune so enjoy the spoils!

Fragrant Hyacinths

Grow Hyacinths for their fragrance alone and you will be a happy gardener ... and oh what colours ... it would be a shame not to plant a few! Their compact form means they are ideal for potting and can be easily used in landscaping. Hyacinths are also excellent for picking and their perfume will fill your home.

  • Hyacinths City of Haarlem

    Fill your garden with perfume.

     
  • Hyacinths Splendid Cornelia

    Simply splendid.

     
  • Hyacinth White King

    Spring royalty.

     

Delightful Dutch Iris

Part of the next generation of Dutch Iris. This impressive selection of flowers just that little bit better, and having been bred for the cut flower trade are amazing as cut flowers. Tall, elegant and enduring, all gardens can benefit from a Dutch Iris or two.

  • Dutch Iris Paris

    XL flowers.

     
  • Dutch Iris Shooting Star

    A star!

     
  • Dutch Iris Autumn Princess

    Uncommon beauties.

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Species Tulips

Species tulips offer a dazzling range of colours and forms. In the right conditions these robust bulbs will multiply at a steady rate. They are easy to naturalise in well drained soils – this means that you don’t have to lift them each year! Just ensure a bit of shade and not too much water over their dormancy.

  • Species Tulip Linifolia

    Dazzling colour.

     
  • Species Tulip Turkestan

    Spectacular species.

     
  • Species Tulip Cynthia

    Heirloom splendour.

     
  • Species Tulip Collection

    Garden whimsy.

     
  • Species Tulip Lady Tulip

    Fabulous colour.

     
  • Species Tulip Tinka

    Stunning colour and form.

     
  • Species Tulip Lilac Wonder

    A touch of wonder.

     

Monet Tulip

Monet Tulips are huge! The flower heads are like giant goblets held aloft on strong stems. Their vibrant colour range means there is one to suit any garden. Monet Tulips offer later blooms, strong growth. The flowers have great substance, so last well in gardens and vases.

  • Monet Tulip La Courtine

    Flaming petals.

     
  • Monet Tulip New Collection

    Big impact.

     
  • Monet Tulip Tesselaar Diamond Jubilee

    A special, celebratory Tulip.

     
  • Monet Tulip Grand Style

    Stylish colour.

     
  • Monet Tulip Ouveze

    New in 2019.

     

Delightful Dwarf Iris

Dwarf Iris punch well above their weight for colour and impact. Their early season colour signals an end to winter and a colourful spring ahead. The thin foliage is upright and often begins to emerge just as the flowers are fading, ensuring their glory is unencumbered. Plant Dwarf Iris in pots, gardens or rockeries.

  • Dwarf Iris Katharine Hodgkin

    Sure to impress.

     
  • Dwarf Iris Harmony

    Show stopping blue.

     
  • Dwarf Iris Alida

    Break winter's spell.

     
  • Dwarf Iris Collection

    Amazing Iris.

     
  • Dwarf Iris Danfordiae

    Eye catching garden gold.

     
  • Dwarf Iris George

    Early season colour.

     

Dwarf Bearded Iris

Dwarf Bearded Iris offer awesome compact colour to bridge the gap between spring and summer. These blooms come out to play just as the tulips are finishing up. Their foliage is upright and evergreen, offering a year round show. Dwarf Bearded Iris flower a little earlier than the standard forms and are just as robust.

Nerine bulbs

The ultimate source of low maintenance autumn/winter colour. Plant a range for a lasting and lovely display. They even thrive in pots.

  • Nerines Bowdenii

    April flowers.

     
  • Nerines Sarniensis

    A rare treat.

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

  • Nerines Alba

    Easy care.

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Go Wild Perennials

Perennials work well in combination with spring flowering bulbs as they arise jus as the former are fading. They will replace the colour and shade the ground, protecting the bulbs. But it is not all about function, these are absolute beauties that will make your garden sing.

Good Naturalising bulbs

Plant and forget bulbs that will pop up year after year delighting you with their show. These bulbs require little in the way of care and deliver a reliable, colourful show. Plant them in well drained soil in a sunny spot, then make yourself a cup of tea and relax!

  • Amethyst Meadow Squill

    Wonderful amethyst spires.

     
  • Lachenalia Sweet Soldier Boys

    Chameleon charmers.

     
  • Galanthus Elwes` Snowdrop

    WARNING - Addictive bulbs!

     
  • Cottage Gladioli Mirella

    Grace and charm.

     
  • Anthriscus Golden Fleece

    Glorious gold.

     
  • Blue Squill

    Stunning blue

     

Happy Daffodils

Happy go lucky, multi headed, mid sized Daffodils to bring a smile to your dial in spring. The sweet flowers last well and have a lovely perfume. Grow them in gardens or pots and you will be a happy gardener.

  • Happy Daffodils (reduced) Collection

    Smiles for spring.

     
  • Daffodil Sunlight Sensation

    Absolutely sensational.

     
  • Daffodil Sweet Smiles

    Simple and sweet.

     
  • Daffodil Curly Lace

    Cheerful blooms.

     
  • Daffodil Beautiful Eyes

    The eyes have it.

     
  • Daffodil Double Smiles

    Grin in spring.

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

  • Happy Daffodils Collection

    Smiles for spring.

    This product is currently out of stock and unavailable.

Indian Hyacinths

Tall spikes of sensational flowers open late spring to summer. Camassia hail from North America where they grow alongside streams or in moist meadows. So if you have a similar spot in your garden they are sure to impress. They are adaptable to garden soils but will need to be watered if you want them to look their best.

Miscellaneous beauties

It is always fun to try new things in the garden. It keeps us interested and learning. It also inspires conversation and brings joy when they succeed.