Tesselaar Alstroemeria wants to make people happy with the ground-breaking alstroemeria. The company in Luttelgeest has been around for over 30 years and therefore has a lot of product knowledge. With the entrepreneurship of Rick & Karolien, we are constantly looking for new ways to sell sustainably grown alstroemerias.
History and identity
Tesselaar Alstroemeria started in Luttelgeest in 1989 with two hectares of greenhouses. Today the company is managed by Rick & Karolien Tesselaar. The company now consists of three different locations totaling ten hectares, making it the largest alstroemeria greenhouse in Europe. We are truly sustainable, it is not that we have to do this but we truly want to work sustainable. We want to deliver beautfiul flowers without having a negative impact on the planet. This means that we seek continuously to improvements in our process to produce organic alstroemerias. You see this in our company in our sleeves that are made out of 100% recycled plastic. For everything we buy we ask ourselves: is this the most sustainable solution? This and our own behaviour and the behaviour of our employees is the most import step in sustainability.
We have our own unique approach to business, 50% of our production is sold to retail and 50% to wholesalers. We think creatively and innovatively in our business choices. That is why we consider ourselves distinctively unique and we encouriga this in our team. Developing people and working together with pleasure each day on beautiful flowers means that we are involved in the company and the product together. This requires continuous investment, but also gives us a lot of fun. In terms of marketing, we may also be a bit distinctively unique. You can find us on social media, but we also like to enter into partnerships with florists, wholesalers and industry organizations. Together we ensure that our sector becomes more sustainable and that our flower becomes known to our customers.
Flowers available all year round in all colours.
Tailor-made products: individual sleeves, boxes, black buckets