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.

Tuberous Begonia

Tuberous Begonias come in a dazzling array of colours. The flowers are real attention getters, they are large and semi to fully double. The petals are soft and glitter in the sunlight.

Tuberous Begonias have a reputation of being difficult. But once you learn a few tricks of the trade so to speak they are rewarding and not at all challenging to grow.

Species Liliums

Species Lilies are awesome. Shall we list the reasons why? Ok then arm twisted, here they are: They are easy to plant, just dig a little hole and fill it in. They love the sun but will prosper in part shade. Species Lilies can be left in the ground for years, where they will multiply steadily. The flowers are fantastic for picking. Some have a light fragrance, others none at all, which is great if you have issues with hay fever. Species Lily stems are packed with flowers, some have up to fifty at any one time. Their tall stature is eye catching from any angle of the garden.

Winter Rose Elite Collection

This collection includes some of the best new Winter Rose breeding as well as some terrific, rare species types. Winter Roses offer valuable colour in the cool months, and prosper in the often hard to fill shaded spots of the garden.

Meadow Anemone

You just can’t help falling in love with some plants and Meadow Anemones are amongst those special few. They have wonderful, soft, deeply divided foliage that is so soft it rivals a teddy bear for cuddle factor. The blooms are saturated in colour and are similarly fuzzy which seems to magnify the colour. Up to 12 flowers open on Meadow Anemones at any one time and the show doesn’t stop there – after the petals fall the gorgeous seed heads remain.

Bare rooted Trees

Trees and shrubs add structure or bones to a garden. They provide shade and micro climates within gardens. Bare rooted trees are easy to plant and quick to establish and grow. Winter is the perfect time to get your trees in the ground as it allows the roots time to settle in before the heat of summer. After planting your bare rooted trees ensure you keep them well watered until they establish.

Dierama

Dierama are top evergreen perennials that grow to form neat clumps of arching, grass like foliage. They will settle in after a season and soon be blooming through summer. The stems of pendent bells are gently arched and sway in the slightest breeze, creating movement and beauty from every angle.

Wood Anemones

These darling woodland Anemone plants are absolutely beautiful. They offer abundant blooms and lush foliage. They are well behaved and easy to grow, thriving in dappled shade.

New Oriental Lilies

Lily breeding is largely driven by florists who seek colour and beauty. Here are some of the latest varieties that have also proven to be great in gardens.

Cascading Cymbidium Orchids

These elegant plants offer a long lasting spectable in pots or hanging baskets. They come with easy to follow care instructions.

Dalmation Foxgloves

Dalmation foxgloves have compact foliage with excellent, uniform branching and will flower from seed in their first year.

On Top Tuberous Begonias

Innovative new Begonias. The foliage is well branched, forming tidy mounds of deep green leaves that are covered in colourful blooms from late spring to frost. They are more heat and sun tolerant than many Beongias and have excellent disease resistance.

Kalanchoe Flaming Katy

Multi petalled hybrids with bright flowers all summer long. Great in pots.

Daylilies

There is no need to worry about too mcuh sun, frosts or a bit of neglect, Daylilies will power through with ease. They are simple and ready to please!

Aquilegia Clementine

The upright flowral stems rise high above the lush, dense foliage, each one packed with delightful, double blooms. The soft, fern like foliage grows to form nice mounds.d

Sumo Matisse Oriental Lilies

Trumpet Daffodils

These are traditional daffodils with a little something extra. Fantastic in mass planting and are ever so reliable.

Scilla

Sultans of Spring Tulips

Head turners

Old world Lilies

Old World Lilies just ooze charm. They have a real presence in the garden that is hard to surpass. While they might look like delicate beauties they are really tough as old boots – that is how they became heritage varieties after all, they have stuck around and stood the test of time.

Bold Beauty

Divine darlings

Cannova Canna Lilies

Fantastic next generation Canna Lilies! They offer even more flowers and boast the ability to thrive in both cool and tropical climates. Cannova Canna Lilies have an impressive floral show that lasts up to six months.

Trailing Tuberous Begonias

Especially good under eaves, or on patios, these abundant bloomers are simple and rewarding to grow.

Viburnum

Viburnum are hard working, showy shrubs. Viburnum 'Onondarga' has upright structure and pink buds. Viburnum 'Tomentosum' flowers blush pink with age. Viburnum 'Mariesii' has horizontal branching.

Sumo Calla Lilies

We have had a bumper season and these tubers are huge! You will have at least ten flowers from the first year and they will only build from there.

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.

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?

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    Tulip 'American Dream'

    Dream tulips.

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  • Tulip 'Mata Hari'

    A femme fatale.

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    Tulip 'Orange Balloon'

    A fast favourite.

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    Tulip 'Timeless'

    A real delight.

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    A stand out.

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Diamond Awards

The Tesselaar Diamond Award highlights plants of distinction.

All the plants we offer you are garden worthy, but for the prestigious Tesselaar Diamond Award, we select only those plants that stand out from the crowd. The best of the best.

Our criteria is based on their floriferous nature, their hardiness, their disease resistance, their ease of care, or their sparkle of exceptional beauty.

Diamond Award plants are exceptional, because like diamonds, gardens are forever.

LE favourites

Small bulbs

Dwarf Mache Ranunculus

Miniature Jonquill

Double Oriental Liliums

It is easy to fall in love with these fragrant fancies. Double Oriental Lilies have twice the petals of your average lily, they layer upon each other with ruffle and flair, unfurling gradually to their full glory.

Double Oriental Lilies have a strong, sweet perfume and have the added benefit of little to no stamens, so there is no mess. This also means the blooms will last longer, as they are not focusing on seed production. In gardens or pots they are a winner.

Matisse Oriental Lilies

These vanguard Lilies make great conversation pieces in the garden! The vibrant petals have splashes and splotches all over creating contrast and texture across the blooms. Wherever you plant them they are sure to turn heads!

Matisse Asiatic Lilies are named for the artist who wrote himself into history by breaking the ‘laws’ of colour to create masterpieces. You can add them to your beds and borders for a little daring in your summer show.

Rare Lilies

The world of Lilies is so rich and diverse. There are a huge range of heritage lilies to enjoy as well as all the marvels of modern breeding. Here are some rare treats.

Growing a range of lilies in your garden will ensure you can enjoy a longer flowering period. You can also enjoy all sorts of shapes and sizes. Whether you grow them for picking or for the glorious colour they offer to the landscape there is something for everyone.

Tesselaar Top Garden Lilies

Most lilies are bred for florists, but there are a few that are specially selected for gardeners. They perform well in the outdoors and while they won’t look neat in a bunch, they certainly have plenty of appeal. The stems are strong and produce an abundance of blooms, they have excellent disease resistance and multiply well.

Sonata Hippeastrum

These sensational new Hippies can open in just 6-8 wks. Once established,
the bulbs can yield up to three stems, opening in succession with up to eight blooms on each. Bred in South Africa for gardeners, not florists you can be assured of their strong performance in pots or gardens.

Nonstop Mocca Tuberous Begonias

Combined with dark foliage, these bright blooms really pop.

Tuberous Begonias come in a dazzling array of colours. The flowers are real attention getters, they are large and semi to fully double. The petals are soft and glitter in the sunlight.

Salvia

Salvias are one of the best garden plants around. They grow in a wide range of conditions and flower and flower and flower. Planting a range of Salvias will ensure months of colour for your garden and your vases. There is a huge variety to choose in a range of shapes and sizes. Salvias are low maintenance plants that become dry tolerant as they establish.

Recent releases

Tried and Tested

Hardy Shrubs

Mexican Sage

Sutera

Agastache is a steadfast in our garden. We planted one variety ten years ago and our collection continues to grow. They are just so easy and offer so much reward. Agastache come in a great colour range. The blooms open above the foliage and sway beautifully in even the lightest breeze creating lovely movement in the garden.

Raspberries

Currants

Gooseberries

Lily love

Best of

New Age Tiger Liliums

New Age Tiger Lilies have all the fabulous old fashioned flavour teamed with state of the art breeding to create better, stronger, more disease resistant varieties. These New Age Tiger Lilies have style in spades.

Plant your New Age Tiger Lilies in a full sun to part shade location. They are best planted in groups of at least three to have an impact. Plant them twice as deep as the bulb is high then water in. From planting they will take around 14 weeks to flower. By planting your Lily bulbs in groups a week or so apart you will extend your flowering show.

Ranunculus Elegance

Cymbidium Orchids

Hardy Heros

  • Tuberose

    Perfectly perfumed plumes.

     
  • Aquilegia 'Chocolate Soldier'

    A super sweet heirloom variety.

     
  • Dowdeswell Delphinium 'Dusky Maidens'

    Marvellous maidens.

     
  • Aquilegia Winky Purple and White

    Nonstop blooms.

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  • Aquilegia Winky 'Red and White'

    Upward facing flowers.

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  • Sidalcea Rosaly

    Silken petals.

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Bambino Dahlia

Picotee Tuberous Begonias

Show offs

Species Gladioli

A Tapestry of Tulips

Pheasants Eye Daffodils

Bacopa

MegaCopa Bacopa have wonderful trailing stems that are covered in flowers for many months. They look fantastic spilling from pots or hanging baskets. In the garden they are lovely atop a retaining wall, as a ground cover, or along paths and garden bed edges. MegaCopa Bacopa is the most heat tolerant variety available.

Piccadilly Lilies

Piccadilly Lilies were bred for the front of borders, small gardens and containers. Their compact growth is all but smothered in flowers throughout summer. They really are very impressive.

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.

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.

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.

  • Nerine Bowdenii

    April flowers.

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  • Nerines Sarniensis

    A rare treat.

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  • Nerines Alba

    Easy care.

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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!

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.

Honeysuckles

Honeysuckles are so easy and rewarding to grow. They have bounteous flowers with the most sensational aroma and that last for months. They are not fussy about soil and don’t need much in the way of care. There are both twining and shrub varieties to enjoy.

Agastache

Agastache is a steadfast in our garden. We planted one variety ten years ago and our collection continues to grow. They are just so easy and offer so much reward. Agastache come in a great colour range. The blooms open above the foliage and sway beautifully in even the lightest breeze creating lovely movement in the garden.

Aquilegia Songbird Series

The Aquilegia Songbird Series is one of the best Aquilegias around. It has received the prestigious RHS Award of Garden Merit for quality garden plants. The flowers are 7-8cm across and upward to outward facing. Aquilegia Songbird Series are great for picking too!

Delphinium Sherwood Series

The Sherwood Series Delphiniums are stunning. The flowers open on lovely straight stems in summer and if treated well, again in autumn. The show lasts well and has a wonderful, romantic feel. The colours can be combined or singled out to create a delightful show. The crowns will last years and the flowers will set viable seed so Delphiniums are a great garden investment.

Double Liliums

It is easy to fall in love with these floral fancies. Double Lilies have twice the petals of your average lily, they layer upon each other with ruffle and flair, unfurling gradually to their full glory.

They are also sterile so this means they will last almost twice as long as ordinary lilies, giving you more to enjoy. An added bonus is there are no stamens, so no mess.

Sumo Lilies

Lily lovers rejoice, these XXL bulbs are just what you have been waiting for. They are ready to burst into bloom this summer.

Why sumo? Originally produced for the floristry industry, these bulbs have grown so big they actually have too many blooms! While this is not good in bunches, it is great in gardens. They are available in Asiatic, LA, Oriental and Christmas.

Matisse Liliums

These vanguard Lilies make great conversation pieces in the garden! The vibrant petals have splashes and splotches all over creating contrast and texture across the blooms. Wherever you plant them they are sure to turn heads!

Matisse Lilies are named for the artist who wrote himself into history by breaking the ‘laws’ of colour to create masterpieces. You can add them to your beds and borders for a little daring in your summer

Japanese Lilies

These lilies bring beautiful colour, a touch of fragrance and don’t need much in the way of care. They are one of those garden plants that pop up every summer and put on a sensational show year after year.

Dwarf Calla Lilies

Make a statement in gardens or containers with these fantastic, petite bloomers. You get a long succession of colourful flowers throughout summer. There is less spotting on the leaves which allow the blooms to shine. They are also great for picking.

Dwarf Calla Lilies grow everywhere from Queensland to Tasmania, with a similar line along the West Coast. Plant them in full sun to semi shade and keep watered for best results.

Crown of Thorns

One of the easiest plants you could grow and will provide plenty of impact. It makes a novel addition to a pot or garden. Utilising new Thai breeding, these plants have an almost never ending supply of large (7cm) bright blooms.

Howorthia

A very special selection for the collectors out there.

These undemanding plants are so easy, you can pretty well just plant and forget them! The occasional water will keep them happy and they prosper even in low light. A good choice for indoors or patios.

Wild Meadow Flower Seed

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.

Rare Bulbs

Dahlia

Dahlias are brilliant garden plants. They are long flowering, with lush foliage, they are easy to flower and care for and come in a huge array of colours shapes and sizes. Dahlia flowers are excellent for cutting, lasting a week or more in a vase. And they just keep giving, by cutting the flowers you will encourage more blooms.

Dahlias tubers take around 8 weeks from planting to flowering. Plant your Dahlia tuber in a sunny spot into moist, humus rich, well drained soil. Water in well then keep moist during active growth.

  • Dahlia 'Sultan'

    Regal bloomers.

     
  • Dahlia 'Ned Kelly'

    Bold blooms.

     
  • Dahlia 'Tuscany'

    Pure sunshine.

     
  • Dahlia 'A Time For Romance' Collection

    A dashing selection.

     
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    Dahlia 'Chad'

    Mauve marvels.

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  • Dahlias Christie Starlet

    Star fever.

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  • Dahlia 'Gold Nugget'

    Go for gold.

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  • Dahlia Shirley Yeoman

    Mauve majesty.

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  • Dahlia Winkie Cavalier

    New in 2019.

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  • Delbard Dahlia 'Versailles'

    A palatial bloom.

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  • Dahlia Bushfire

    New in 2019.

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  • Dahlia Cream Puff

    New in 2019.

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  • Delbard Dahlias (reduced) Collection

    Majestic bloomers.

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  • Dahlia 'Delbard' (reduced) Collection

    Majestic bloomers.

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  • Dahlia Homicide

    Unusual colouring.

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  • Dahlias Hot Shot

    Hot to trot.

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    Dahlia 'Melancholy'

    Uplifting blooms.

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  • Dahlia 'Marshmallow'

    Sweet and neat.

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  • Delbard Dahlia 'Soleil Couchant'

    Sunset shades.

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  • Dahlia 'Wine Dot'

    Unusual and appealing.

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  • Dahlia Thelma Maude

    Dark and mysterious.

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  • Dahlia Bonnie Skye

    A generous bloomer.

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  • Warm Tone Dahlia Collection

    Dazzling highlights.

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  • Delbard Dahlias Collection

    Majestic bloomers.

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Epimedium Fairy Wings

Epimediums are surprisingly easy to grow and will thrive in those hard to fill shady spots. They are a rare find in Australian gardens, and we think that is a bit of a shame because they are so easy and so pretty.

If you take the time to cut Epimediums back in late winter, the new growth will shine through in spring. This is where the foliage comes to the fore, with fabulous marbling and streaking. A rare get, you should grab them while you can.

Trumpet Lilies

Trumpet Lilies are perfect for adding glamour and fragrance to your summer garden. The blooms hold up to the heat and are great for picking too. Their lovely tall stems add a nice vertical accent to beds and borders. Trumpet Lilies will also grow well in containers. When choosing a pot, ensure it is nice and big so the lilies have plenty of room to grow.

Other Joyous Lilies

Be warned, Lilies may be addictive! There is such a great array of colour and form to choose from, and they are so rewarding to grow, once you have tried a few, you may be on the road to becoming a collector!

Lilies are easy to grow and care for, the bulbs will multiply at a steady rate in the ideal conditions. Plant them in full sun to part shade and keep moist during active growth.

Echinacea Coneflower

Echinacea bring a long lasting show, even in tough conditions. They combine beautifully with Salvias, ornamental grasses, rudbeckias and more. Their tall stems stun in beds and borders and can be picked for vases. A great choice for late season colour.

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  • Echinacea Collection

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  • Echinacea Double Scoop Lemon Cream

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  • Echinacea Double Scoop Orangeberry

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  • Echinacea Double Scoop Raspberry

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  • Echinacea Mellow Yellow

    New in 2020.

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  • Echinacea Primadonna White

    Daisy days.

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  • Echinacea Pale Purple Coneflower

    Garden worthy.

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Fruits of your labour

Growing your own berries and currants is a rewarding and delicious way to garden. With a little support they will be up and growing in no time bearing fruit summer to autumn. There are even some that can be grown without supports. Fertiliser and water at the critical times will have you filling your baskets in no time.

Sumo Pearl Liliums

Asiatic Lilies

Asiatic Lilies are one of our all time favourite lily bulbs and we offer you a brilliantly colourful range of bulbs to choose from.

The bulbs of Asiatic lilies are as tough as old boots, provide a bounty of colourful blooms for vases, are easier-than-you-can imagine to grow and wonderfully tolerant of searing Australia's hot, hot Summers. But wait! There's more! Asiatic Lilies come in a wide range of brilliant colours from startling red to soft and pretty pink which means they can be used to create eye-popping pockets of colour or gentle waves of soft and pretty cottage colours.

Asiatic Lilies have more advantages in that they are great in pots and the bulbs can be planted anytime between May and October (and even January and February for our 'Twice flowering' Asiatic Lilies range). It's no wonder we are addicted to Asiatic Lilies!

Nemesias

These delicious new Nemesia have profuse blooms in bright, bicolour shades and a delightful vanilla perfume. They are nice and compact, so look good in pots or at the front of a border and will flower nonstop for most of the year.

Plectranthus LE

  • Plectranthus 'Velvet Elvis'

    All shook up.

     
  • Plectranthus Collection

    Quick and easy.

     
  • Plectranthus 'Velvet Idol'

    Handsome foliage and flowers.

     
  • Plectranthus 'Velvet Diva'

    Big on blooms.

     
  • Plectranthus 'Velvet Lady'

    A shade lover.

     

Calla Lily

Plant a range of colourful Calla Lily blooms for a succession of fabulous flowers through summer. Great in the garden and great for picking! Calla Lilies grow everywhere from Queensland to Tasmania with a similar line along the West Coast. Plant them in full sun to semi shade and keep watered for best results.

Ruffled Tuberous Begonias

Traffic stopping blooms! The flowers are double and full with frilly edges. Fantastic in pots and hanging baskets.

Roseform Tuberous Begonia

Pixie Oriental Lilies

Tiger Liliums

These new age Tiger Lilies have all the fabulous old fashioned flavour teamed with state of the art breeding to create better, stronger, more disease resistant varieties.

Plant your Tiger Lilies in a full sun to part shade location. They are best planted in groups of at least three to have an impact. Plant them twice as deep as the bulb is high then water in. From planting they will take around 14 weeks to flower. By planting your Lily bulbs in groups a week or so apart you will extend your flowering show

New plants of the Catalogue

Discover the latest and greatest bulbs and plants of this Limited Edition Tesselaar catalogue.

Pot Oriental Lilies

These lilies are the perfect size for potting. While the stems may be compact, the flower size, numbers and perfume have not been compromised.

Sumo Asiatic Lilies

Sumo Lilies are the biggest and the best Lilium bulbs on offer. The bulbs are huge, which means you can expect plenty of flowers from the get go. Why are they so big? Because they have been grown by the cut flower industry and once they reach a certain size, they actually have too many flowers! This is not so good in bunches but fantastic in the garden.

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.

Potted Renaissance Ranunculus

Renaissance Ranunculus are a triumph of meticulous genetic selection seeking high quality, long lasting, consistent doubles in an incredible range of colours. These 10cm pots are ready to bloom. They can be easily transferred to decorative pots (15-20cm) or into your decorative beds or cutting garden.

Peruvian Lilies

These valuable garden plants bloom and bloom and bloom! Inca Peruvian lilies are lovely and compact. The flower stems are especially good for picking.

Dahlia

Winter Rose

In the midst of winter, the timeless beauty of Hellebores or Winter Roses comes into its own. The gorgeous flowers come in a handsome array of colours, from opalescent white, to rich burgundy, they are sure to brighten the dull days of winter.

Winter Roses hold their flowers for many weeks, and with their lush foliage, they make a winning combination. One of the best bits about them is that they like the shade, so they fill some difficult garden spots. Plant your Hellebore Winter Roses beneath deciduous trees for a picture-perfect effect.

Hippeastrum

Hippeastrums are extroverts, enjoying the limelight and always receiving compliments for their showy display. Fantastic in pots or planted in the front of the garden where they can be admired and enjoyed. The big, bright trumpet flowers will brighten home and garden. You could plant the bulbs in pots and show them off near the barbecue on the patio or as a centre piece at your next outdoor dinner party - a mobile beauty for summer pleasure. These hardy varieties will flower with little effort producing 1 or 2 stems with up to 4 trumpets each.

Calliope Big Series Geranium

The big flowers are saturated in colour and can bloom all year round. The verdant stems are semi trailing and spill beautifully from pots or hanging baskets. They have no disease issues and can cope with everything from the dry to deluges.

  • Geranium Big Series Collection

    Strong and enduring.

     
  • Geranium Big Series 'Big Splash'

    Make a splash.

     
  • Geranium Big Series 'Big Rose'

    Iridescent colour.

     
  • Geranium Big Series 'Big Red'

    Award winning.

     

Ivy Leafed Geraniums

Geraniums are much loved because they are dry tolerant, thrive in poor soils and with little consideration are lavish with their blooms. This Great Balls of Fire Collection was specially bred for hot, dry conditions and these reliable plants have a bounteous base of foliage and big, bold blooms.

Perennial Petunias

Perennial Petunias are perfect for adding a bright pop of colour to gardens, pots and hanging baskets. These new varieties have been carefully selected for their mounding habit and flowering prowess.

Perennial Petunias can be easily used as colourful garden fillers and don’t need a lot of care and will last a few years.

Clematis LE

The rambling tendrils of these large flowering Clematis will happily wind their way through shrubs, trees, trellises, fences, pergolas and more. Clematis are low maintenance and will flower through spring and autumn.

  • Evergreen Clematis 'Purity'

    Pure love.

     
  • Clematis 'Pauline'

    Easy and vigorous.

     
  • Clematis 'Arabella'

    An award winner.

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  • Clematis 'Alionushka'

    New this season.

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  • Clematis 'Cassis' Evipo020

    A real goer.

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Trailing Sun Dancer Tuberous Begonia

Sun Dancer trailing, Tuberous Begonias spill and thrill from pots and baskets. They are well branched and the double flowers open in absolute abundance.

Sumo LA Lilies

The biggest and the best LA Lilies of the season. These bulbs are well developed and ready to flower with up to ten blooms on each stem!