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Mirelle Yellop with Hanging Baskets May 1989

 

Terry and Mirelle have been selecting, growing and using plants to construct floral baskets and planters most of their horticultural lives, Terry as a teenager living at Lingwood would plant up containers using Regal Pelargonium Lavender Grand Slam nanny Bane had passed to his mum, I propagated a large stock in the greenhouse.

 

Professionally Terry first saw Norwich City Councils tubs and baskets in September 1976 helping tractor and trailer driver Ronnie sometimes known as Jimmy Brunt collect from the city centre whilst Terry worked at Castle Gardens, tubs were round white plastic and baskets flat bottomed green plastic coated wire with a sown in green rokolene liner.

 

Terry moved to Earlham Park Nursery in 1977 but it was not until April/May 1978 that Terry worked with nursery colleagues to help make up wire baskets, tubs and Amberol fibre glass self watering baskets used at Norwich Yacht Station, John Attoe, Michael Denmark and Ian Harris also helped make up baskets and tubs and Mirelle from 1987.

 

Baskets and tubs did not go to their summer locations around Norwich until after The Royal Norfolk Show at the end of June, with other created bedding displays baskets and tubs were used at The Presidents Pavilion, Show Arena, Norfolk and Norwich Horticultural Society Tents and many commercial stands, it was a huge operation involving all the Floral Decoration team, Earlham Park Nursery staff, lorry drivers and tractor and trailer drivers usually taking over 5 days.

Norwich in Bloom Website

 

 

 

 

 

Wire Baskets Earlham Park Nurseries May 1989

 

 

Tourist Information Baskets and Tubs Tombland 1986

 

The Royal Norfolk Show Wooden Troughs

Earlham Park Nurseries June 1989

BARRIER BASKETS ST. STEPHENS STREET NORWICH

Terry left Earlham Park Nursery 1990 and had no involvement with baskets and containers until 1994 as Norwich's Horticultural Officer in the Grounds Maintenance Contracts Unit planning and ordering annual bedding, basket and container plants for summer displays.

 

In the mid 1990's 30 Amberol Barrier Baskets were acquired and used on railings in the heart of Norwich along St. Stephens Street, each May/June the units were planted up with summer bedding plants at Chapelfield Gardens depot and taken to St. Stephens Street and bolted to the railings just for the summer then taken down and stored during the autumn/winter/spring, it was a time consuming task.

 

Terry investigated and found Amberol also produced Barrier Basket Liners that could be planted up at a nursery, grown on then transported to site and placed in the units, saving time, extra liners were purchased and autumn displays were introduced allowing the Barrier Basket units to be left on site all year round.

 

St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets August 1996

 

Fitting Sponsor Sign Autumn 1999

 

 

Bill Webster, Anne Borrett, Alan Dobbins and

Lord Mayor Ron Borrett St. Stephens May 2000

 

St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets June 2000

St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets July 2001

 

St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets Summer 2002

St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets July 2003

Ian Harris and Terry Bane

Hockering Nursery May 2004

SPONSORSHIP OF BARRIER BASKET DISPLAYS

The St. Stephens Street central reservation Barrier Basket displays were seen and very popular with Norwich shoppers, local business became interested and asked if they could support and advertise on railings adjacent to the baskets.

 

The first to advertise at St. Stephens Street in 1999 was Highway Nurseries as a contra deal, making up and supplying all Barrier Basket displays during summer and autumn for advertising at Martineau Lane Roundabout until 2002.

 

In 2000 Hatch Brenner sponsored at St. Stephens Street Barrier Baskets, Terry took a promotional photo of Alan Dobbins with The Rt. Worshipful Lord Mayor of Norwich Cllr. Ron Borrett, consort Anne Borrett and Chair of Friends of Norwich in Bloom William Webster, the first of hundreds of promotional photos Terry took of Bill until 2014.

 

In 2003 Ian Harris at Hockering Nursery was awarded the contract to supply Norwich City Council with Barrier Baskets and plant up containers around Norwich and has won the contract every year since.

 

In 2004 due to roadwork improvements all railings at St. Stephens Street and Red Lion Street Planters were taken down 14 Barrier Baskets were relocated to the balcony railings at City Hall the rest to various sites around Norwich.

 

Terry Bane, Ian Harris and William Webster

Hay Hill Barrier Baskets March 2004

 

Hay Hill Barrier Baskets July 2004

 

 

City Hall Balcony Barrier Baskets September 2004

 

All Saints Green Flower Towers July 2001

 

Ber Street Balcony Baskets September 2002 

Ber Street Barrier and Balcony Baskets August 2014

All Saints Green Barrier Baskets July 2014

 

All Saints Green Beecham Barrier Baskets July 2017

All Saints Green Beecham Barrier Baskets July 2017

Carolyn Dunn City Centre Partnership Manager

All Saints Green Flower Towers July 2001

BASKETS AND PLANTERS IN THE CITY LANDSCAPE

As road improvements took place in Norwich new Barrier Basket, Hanging Basket and Planter locations developed as did sponsorship and advertising opportunities, prominent locations seen by residents, shoppers, commuters and visitors included All Saints Green and Ber Street still sponsored by John Lewis and Chapelfield Road/Wessex Street central reservation crossing sponsored by many business over the years leading to the Chapelfield INTU shopping Mall.

 

All Saints Green and Ber Street road layout and landscape has changed many times during the 42 years Terry has worked for Norwich City Council, Terry dug over 5 large flower beds at All Saints Green in autumn 1976 ready for planting of spring bedding as a young gardener based at Castle Gardens in the famous "Wendy House" mess hut.

 

During the early 2000's Terry introduced 10 Amberol Precinct Floral Fountains (Terry calls Flower Towers) to many city centre pavements including 3 at All Saints Green sponsored by Norwich City Centre Management Partnership, these planters and others were later relocated to Norwich Train Station and managed by The Friends of Norwich in Bloom.

 

In 2017 pedestrian railings and (barrier baskets relocated from Hay Hill) at Ber Street  were removed as part of a pedestrianisation scheme, John Lewis building railings Balcony Baskets were replaced with new larger water retaining Amberol Beecham Barrier Baskets during 2017 sustainable perennials and summer bedding plants were trialled.

 

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets July 2007

 

 

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets September 2008

 

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets May 2010

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets April 2011

 

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets April 2011

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets July 2011

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets May 2016

 

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets July 2016

Chapelfield Road Barrier Baskets July 2017

BASKETS AND PLANTERS IN THE CITY LANDSCAPE

Chapelfield Road central reservation and Wessex Street railings in the early 2000's became a very popular location 9 Barrier Basket are seen as vehicles stop at the traffic lights and pedestrians cross into the heart of Norwich, many business choose to support the Norwich in Bloom Scheme by advertising on the railings.

 

Barn Road railings has 3 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Barrack Street central reservation has 2 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Castle Green Park railings has 10 Barrier Baskets leading to Castle Bridge 21 Long Troughs.

 

Castle Meadow custom made hanging basket columns 10 Hanging Baskets.

 

Cattle Market Street central reservation leading into Castle Mall has 6 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Dereham Road Shopping Parade railings has 3 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Koblenz Avenue/Carrow Road Junction central reservation 2 Barrier Baskets are well seen by thousands of people and vehicles especially on Norwich City Football match days - "Come on The Canaries"

 

Golden Ball Street/Farmers Avenue railings has 6 Barrier Baskets and advertising space, road  improvements and cycleway development in 2016 relocated Barrier Baskets to their new positions, some nice photos of the Barrier Baskets with Castle in background can be taken from this location.

Barn Road Barrier Baskets April 2017

 

Barrack Street Barrier Baskets July 2010

 

Brazen Gate Barrier Baskets July 2006

 

Brazen Gate Barrier Baskets July 2007

 

Brazen Gate Barrier Baskets July 2009

 

Brazen Gate Barrier Baskets July 2011

 

Carrow Road Barrier Baskets July 2015

 

Carrow Road Barrier Baskets July 2016

 

Castle Mall Railing Baskets July 2014

 

 

Castle Meadow Hanging Baskets September 2005

 

Castle Meadow Hanging Baskets August 2011

Cattle Market Street Barrier Baskets June 2016

 

Cattle Market Street Barrier Baskets March 2017

BASKETS AND PLANTERS IN THE CITY LANDSCAPE

Hay Hill Railing and St. Peter Mancroft Church Trees at Hay Hill eventually limited the light, rail baskets were relocated to Ber Street, a Christmas Tunnel of Light fixed to church railings meant basket relocation.

 

Ipswich Road Junctions railings at junctions, Daniels/Barrett Road, Hall Road and St. Stephens Street all had Barrier Baskets but were deemed a risk to maintain and were relocated.

 

Newmarket Road/Town Close Road central reservation has 4 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Orford Hill Bell Hotel crossing has 2 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Queens Road/Brazen Gate recent road and cycleway improvements Barrier Baskets were deemed a risk to maintain and have been taken down to be relocated.

 

Rose Lane crossing has 2 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Riverside Road and Norwich Train Station crossing has 2 Barrier Baskets and advertising space, planters at the Station are managed by The Friends of Norwich in Bloom.

 

Shirehall crossing leading to Castle Mall Car Park and Castle Gardens has 6 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Tombland - Queen Street crossing has 3 Barrier Baskets and advertising space.

 

Cattle Market Street Barrier Baskets July 2017

 

 

Golden Ball Street Barrier Baskets April 2017

 

Golden Ball Street Barrier Baskets July 2017

Ipswich Road Junction Barrier Baskets July 2007

 

Ipswich Road Junction Barrier Baskets August 2011

Newmarket Road Junction Barrier Baskets July 2017

Orford Place Barrier Baskets June 2017

 

Riverside Road Barrier Baskets August 2010

Riverside Road Barrier Baskets July 2016

City Care Gardeners Plant Up

Square Planters Tombland June 2001

PLANTING AND MAINTENANCE OF BASKETS AND CONTAINERS

Up until 2003 all free standing containers were planted up on site by City Care, from 2003 until present all free standing planters have been planted up on site by contractor Hockering Nursery including free standing planters at Norwich, Thorpe Train Station managed by The Friends of Norwich in Bloom see http://cimdisplay.co.uk/norwich-in-bloom/

 

Watering, feeding, dead heading and cleansing of most Hanging and Barrier Baskets and Containers have been carried out by Norwich City Council contractors and partners, currently Norwich Norse Environmental maintain all Baskets and Containers in partnership with Norwich City Council.

 

On City Hall balcony, Barrier Baskets were looked after by Norwich City Council Hall staff, a timer and automatic mini irrigation system was installed personally by William Webster and Terry Bane to help minimise water loss through evaporation, the self-watering reservoirs were filled up during the late evening early hours of each morning.

  

Red Lion Street Palm Planter August 2000

 

Prince of Wales Road Planter March 2015 

 

Thorpe Train Station Planters August 2017 

 

Norwich Norse Environmental Staff maintain

Golden Ball Street Barrier Baskets April 2017

 

Rose Lane Barrier Baskets March 2017

 

 

Shirehall Barrier Baskets July 2017 

 

Castle Bridge Planting Team June 2005

 

 

Castle Bridge Troughs September 2005

 

Castle Bridge Troughs August 2014

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS SUPPORTING THE NORWICH LANDSCAPE

Many groups, organisations, volunteers and business support and help to make many Norwich areas floral, biodiverse, attractive, clean and green, over the years Terry has encouraged, supported and enabled many environmental projects at work but also with and as a Friend of Norwich in Bloom Volunteer and Trustee.

 

In 2005 Terry found troughs previously used on City Hall Balcony stored, had a chat with Bill Webster and Harry Williamson and Friends of Norwich in Bloom, the troughs were taken to Castle Bridge planted with plants grown at City College and Hockering Nursery, Castle Museum staff agreed to water and maintain. City College Norwich students continue to plant troughs and Castle Museum staff still maintained.

 

The Assembly House Norwich has been working in partnership and supporting Norwich in Bloom since the millennium, as well as providing free rooms, buffets and light refreshments for Norwich in Bloom events The Assembly House has also hosted regional Anglia in Bloom and national RHS Britain in Bloom seminars.

The current partnership through City College Norwich and Hockering Nursery supplies 38 hanging baskets, planting on site of 10 large Ambarrel Planters, 8 troughs, "Bill's Floral Bin" and sustainable perennials.

10 Ambarrel Planters next to the William Webster Memorial Bench were donated by Terry who won as prizes in AMBEROL PHOTO COMPETITIONS Terry also won and donated 4 railing troughs and hanging baskets.

 

The Royal British Legion Club at Aylsham Road was the main meeting place for The Friends of Norwich in Bloom from the early 2000's until closure in 2011, partnerships with City College Norwich and Hockering Nursery provided Planters, Hanging Baskets a floral and rose bed for free room use, staff and volunteers at the social club watered baskets and planters whilst City College students and volunteers maintained.

 

In 2005 Andy and Maureen Street, Friends of Norwich in Bloom donated a Hanging Basket Tree of Love to Colman Hospital and a Tree of Life to The Assembly House, donated Hanging Baskets are made up twice each year by partner Ian Harris at Hockering Nursery, baskets are maintained by Colman Hospital staff .

 

Harry Williamson joined the Friends of Norwich in Bloom in 2004 after helping Bradecroft win the Best Sheltered Housing Scheme in the local Norwich in Bloom competition, Harry loved gardening, producing plants with Bill Webster at Hockering Nursery and delivering plants grown at Norwich Prison to sheltered housing schemes. Harry loved Baskets and Planters, in 2005 at Bradecroft Harry was one of the first to trial 2 new Amberol Beehive Planters with his favourite plant Tuberous Begonias.

City College Norwich also helped with planters at sheltered housing schemes, planting up a Floral Fountain at Harry Perry Close twice each year, a great way for residents to meet and engage with students.

 

Jo and Reg Chiddick have been entrants and members of Norwich in Bloom from the mid 1980's helping with many planting projects across Norwich including St. Stephens Church with church volunteers.

Each year Jo and Reg plant up and maintain the church grounds with plants grown by students at City College Norwich including 6 Ambarrel Planters, Jo as a photographer has also been a prize winner in the Amberol national Photo Competition donating containers to schools and community projects.

In 2015 both Jo and Reg were nationally recognised receiving the RHS Community Champions Award.

Harry Williamson Bradecroft Beehive Planter July 2005

 

Reg and Jo Chiddick St. Stephens Church

Ambarrel Planter October 2015

 

Theatre Street Flower Tower June 2002 

 

Assembly House Bill's Floral Bin September 2004 

 

Assembly House Tree of Life Baskets September 2014 

 

Assembly House Bill's Memorial Bench July 2017

 

Assembly House Railing Troughs July 2010

 

Assembly House Railing Troughs June 2016

 

Royal British Legion Planters July 2007

 

 

                         

Harry Perry Close Sheltered Housing Floral Fountain Planter June 2004      Terry Bane Beehive Planter Rowland Court 2006

CHOOSING PLANTS FOR BASKETS AND CONTAINERS - 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Terry has been professionally selecting plants for Baskets and Containers since 1987 and growing plants since 1978, during Terry's time at Earlham Park Nursery seed suppliers would visit to discuss developments and Trial Ground Visits to see and compare current varieties and those about to come to the market, "visiting trial grounds was one of my favourite outings of the year", meeting colleagues at open days from other local authorities gave the opportunity to network and discuss what plants were performing well.

Terry still regularly visits international but local plant breeders Floranova at Foxley to see new varieties.

 

Mirelle and Terry visit many shows and events and travel across the UK to see local authority and community plantings, baskets and containers, the most inspirational for them has been Shrewsbury.

With growing partners John Attoe at City College and Ian Harris at Hockering Nursery we put together a plant list to be grown for use in Norwich Baskets and Containers each year - See Lists Below.

 

Terry monitors and photographs all Barrier Baskets and Containers each year to determine what has worked well and to make notes for development or changes, plants used are Tried and Tested Good Performers to ensure attractive long lived displays are seen over the 12 months, new varieties are trialled on a small scale at Hockering Nursery, City College, with Mirelle at The Dell and with some Bloom groups.

Terry Bane Studies Bidens Beedance Red at

Thompson and Morgan Display Jimmy's Farm August 2015 

 

Terry Bane admires Pole Baskets

St. Marys Church Shrewsbury August 2013

 

 

Mirelle Bane admires Pole Baskets

Castle Grounds Shrewsbury August 2017 

 

Terry Bane admires Cup and Saucer Baskets

Claremont Bank Shrewsbury August 2017

Bacopa Snowflake used with Geranium Madam Salleron

Petunia and Verbena July 2017

 

Scaevola used with Drought Tolerant Plants

Ipswich Road Junction Barrier Baskets August 2011

 

 

TERRY'S TOP TIPS - SELECTING SUMMER PLANTS AND MAKING UP BASKETS AND CONTAINERS

1. Think about the amount of time you have or are prepared to give to your baskets and containers.

2. If you are hand watering consider using plants that are known to be more Drought Tolerant, such as Bidens, Diascia, Felicia, Helichrysum, Geranium (Pelargonium), Plectranthus, Scaevola and Verbena

3. Use containers with water reservoirs, if not add water retaining gel to your compost, if possible install a mini irrigation system and automatic timer to water overnight and early mornings to reduce water loss through evaporation.

4. Use a large selection of different genus to provide summer flowers from June to October. 

5. Bacopa performs well all season and is a useful trailing edge at the base of upright Begonias or Geraniums, mainly white flowered, new larger bloom varieties are developing and blue flowered.

6. Consider using Scaevola as a alternative or as well as Lobelia as a trailing edge plant to extend the flowering season, Scaevola is available in various shades of blue and pink and is very drought tolerant.

7. Perennials and Ornamental Grasses can be used with traditional summer annuals, Heuchera and trailing Heucherella provide various coloured foliage for background to flowers, Geranium Rozanne and shorter varieties of Gaura have been found successful, Carex "Everillo" is one of my favourite ornamental grasses that can be used in summer and autumn baskets and containers, try various perennials see Perfect For Pollinators plant list, in your baskets and containers to help Bees and Biodiversity.

8. In the past mini Vegetables and Strawberries have been planted amongst traditional summer bedding plants in Barrier Baskets, dwarf varieties of Peas, French Beans and Runner Beans produce flowers as well as edible vegetables, Tumbling Tomatoes work well in hanging baskets.

9. Hanging Baskets and Containers being packed full of plants require lots of nutrition during the growing season, many people choose to supplementary feed as they water but I would recommend at the compost stage adding the appropriate amount of Slow Release Fertiliser such as Gro Sure to provide regular nutrients at the time needed, you can still choose to supplementary feed if you feel necessary.

10. As you stop to admire the beauty of your hanging baskets and containers, Remove all Dead Flowers and Leaves, check for pests and diseases and control as appropriate.

 

TERRY'S TOP TIPS - SELECTING AUTUMN PLANTS

Autumn, Winter, Spring Baskets and Containers are made up and managed in a similar way to Summer.

11. Traditional floral genus of plants used are mainly Pansy (Viola), Polyanthus and newer varieties of Bellis, at Norwich we also use Carex and varieties of Hedera (Ivy), Spring Flowering Bulbs can also enhance the display.

12. Since 2014 at Norwich I have been trialling Shrubs and Perennials in autumn Barrier Baskets with mainly Polyanthus, successful genus used include Astelia Red Devil, Erysium Apricot Twist and Spice Island, Hebe Purple Shamrock, Libertia Goldfinger, Thuja and Viburnum Tinus, other genus/varieties will be ready for trial 2018.

   

SUMMER ANNUAL PLANTS 2018

BACOPA SECRETS XXL BLUE DELIGHT

BACOPA SECRETS XXL WHITE IMP

BIDENS BEE SUPER SUN

DIASCIA LITTLE DRIFTER

DIASCIA LITTLE TANGO

FUCHSIA FLYING SCOTSMAN

GERANIUM HORIZON ORANGE and RED

HELICHRYSUM MICROPHYLLA

LAURENTIA (Isotoma) AVANT GARDE

MERCARDONIA MAGIC CARPET

OSTEOSPERMUM ZANZIBAR BURGUNDY

OSTEOSPERMUM ZANZIBAR MAGIC SUNRISE

PETUNIA CRAZYTUNIA RASPBERRY STRIPE

PETUNIA CRAZYTUNIA KNIGHTRIDER IMP

PETUNIA CRAZYTUNIA STARLIGHT BLUE

SANVITALIA STARBINI

SCAEVOLA SAPHIRA

VERBENA TIARA MICKY BLUE LAVENDER

VERBENA TIARA MICKY MAGENTA PINK

VERBENA TIARA MICKY ROSE WHITE

 

SUMMER ANNUAL PLANTS 2017

BACOPA SNOWFLAKE

BACOPA BLUE DELIGHT

BEGONIA BOSSA NOVA CLEAR WHITE

BEGONIA BOSSA NOVA ORANGE

BEGONIA ILLUMINATION APRICOT

BEGONIA ILLUMINATION WHITE

BIDENS BEE SUPER SUN

BIDENS SPOTLIGHT

CALIBRACHOA NOA BLUE LEGEND

CALIBRACHOA NOA PAPAYA

CALIBRACHOA NOA SUNSET

CALIBRACHOA NOA SUNRISE

DIASCIA LITTLE DANCER

DIASCIA LITTLE TANGO

FELICIA VARIEGATED

GERANIUM GEN RAINBOW NEON

GERANIUM GEN RAINBOW WHITE

GERANIUM PELGARDINI MADAM SALLERON

GERANIUM MORNING SUN

IMPATIENS SUNPATIENS SPREADING CORONA

LAURENTIA (Isotoma) AVANTE-GARDE

MARGUERITE DAISY CRAZY SOLE MIO

OSTEOSPERMUM ERATO BASKET WHITE

OSTEOSPERMUM FLOWER POWER YELLOW EVOL

PETCHOA SUPERCAL CHERRY IMP

PETUNIA CRAZYTUNIA CHERRY CHEESECAKE

PETUNIA CRAZYTUNIA MANDEVILLE

SCAEVOLA BRILLIANT

VERBENA TIARA MICKY BLUE LAVENDER

VERBENA TIARA MICKY MAGENTA PINK

VERBENA TIARA MICKY ROSE WHITE

 

AUTUMN/SPRING ANNUAL PLANTS 2017

BELLIS GALAXY ROSE

BELLIS SPEEDSTAR PLUS WHITE

HEDERA SILVER VARIEGATED

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BELLA ROSA

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO ORANGE

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BRIGHT RED

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO PURE WHITE

PANSY SUPREME ORANGE

PANSY FRIZZLE SIZZLE F1 MIX

 

SUMMER ANNUAL PLANTS 2016

BACOPA SNOWFLAKE

BACOPA FALLS BIG BLUE

BEGONIA ILLUMINATION WHITE

BEGONIA MARSALA SCARLET

BEGONIA MARSALA ROSE

BIDENS HAWAIIAN FLARE ORANGE DROP

CENTRADINA CASCADE

DIASCIA PICCADILLY DENIM BLUE

DIASCIA PICCADILLY ORANGE

FELICIA VARIEGATED

GERANIUM GREAT BALLS OF FIRE BURGUNDY BLAZE

GERANIUM GERAINBOW AMETHYST

GERANIUM PELGARDINI WILHELM LANGGUTH

GERANIUM PELGARDINI MADAM SALLERON

GERANIUM SUNRISE XL MADARIN

LAURENTIA LAURITA BLUE

OSTEOSPERMUM ERATO BASKET WHITE

OSTEOSPERMUM FLOWER POWER YELLOW EVOL

PETCHOA SUPERCAL CHERRY IMP

PETUNIA POTUNIA PEGASUS ORANGE

PETUNIA POTUNIA PLUS PURPLE HALO

SCAEVOLA BRILLIANT

VERBENA SAMIRA BLUE WITH EYE

VERBENA SAMIRA PEACH

VERBENA SAMIRA PINK WING

 

AUTUMN/SPRING ANNUAL PLANTS 2016

HEDERA GLACIER

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BELLA ROSA

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO ORANGE

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BRIGHT RED

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO PURE WHITE

PANSY DYNAMITE BLUEBERRY THRILL

PANSY DYNAMITE ORANGE

 

SUMMER ANNUAL PLANTS 2015

BACOPA SNOWFLAKE

BEGONIA SANTA CRUZ SUNSET

BEGONIA BIG RED BRONZE

BEGONIA BIG PINK BRONZE

BEGONIA NON STOP MOCCA DEEP ORANGE

BIDENS GOLDEN STAR

DIASCIA LITTLE TANGO

GERANIUM PAC TOMMY

GERANIUM PAC PINK SYBIL

GERANIUM PAC RUBY

GERANIUM PELGARDINI WILHELM LANGGUTH

GERANIUM MOONLIGHT FREDO

IMPATIENS PARADISE TIMOR

MIMULUS MYSTIC ORANGE

PETUNIA SWEET SUNSHINE MAGENTA

PETUNIA SWEET SUNSHINE RED

PETUNIA SWEET SUNSHINE WILLIAMS

PETUNIA POTUNIA PLUS PAPAYA

PETUNIA BACK TO BLACK

PETUNIA INDIAN SUMMER

SCAEVOLA BRILLIANT

VERBENA TEMARI BLUE

 

AUTUMN/SPRING ANNUAL PLANTS 2015

HEDERA ESTER

HEDERA GOLDEN CHILD

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BELLA ROSA

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO ORANGE

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO BRIGHT RED

POLYANTHUS CRESCENDO PURE WHITE

PANSY DYNAMITE BLUEBERRY THRILL

PANSY DYNAMITE ORANGE

PANSY DYNAMITE STRAWBERRY

 

PERENNIALS and GRASSES 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERENNIALS and GRASSES 2017

ASTELIA NERVOSA SILVER SHADOW

ASTELIA RED DEVIL

ERIGERON KARVINSKIANUS STALLONE

ERYSIUM APRICOT TWIST

ERYSIUM PLANT WORLD LEMON

ERYSIUM WINTER LIGHT

GAURA GAMBIT ROSE

GAURA SPARKLE WHITE

GERANIUM ROZANNE

OPHIOPOGON BLACK BEARD

 

ACORUS GRAMNEUS GOLDEN EDGE

CAREX OSHIMENSIS EVERILLO

UNCINIA RUBRA EVERFLAME

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERENNIALS and GRASSES 2016

ASTELIA BANKSIA

ERIGERON KARVINSKIANUS STALLONE

ERIGERON KARVINSKIANUS SEA OF BLOSSOM

ERIGERON SEA BREEZE

ERYSIUM SPICE ISLAND

GAURA LINDHEIMERI WHIRLING BUTTERFLIES

GERANIUM ROZANNE

HEUCHERA TANGERINE WAVE

HEUCHERA MORELLO

HEUCHERELLA ALABAMA SUNRISE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PERENNIALS and GRASSES 2015

ERYSIMUM APRICOT TWIST

ERYSIMUM RYSI STAR

LYSIMACHIA NUMMULERIA GOLD

 

CAREX OSHIMENSIS ICE DANCER

CAREX BRONZE PERFECTION

CAREX HACHIJOENSIS MAXIGOLD

CAREX OSHIMENSIS EVERGOLD

CAREX OSHIMENSIS EVERILLO

MISCANTHUS GOLD BAR

UNCINIA RUBRA EVERFLAME

 

 

SHRUBS 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHRUBS 2017

ARALIA SUN KING

HEBE EYECATCHER

HEBE JEWEL OF THE NILE

HEBE PURPLE SHAMROCK

LIBERTIA TAUPO SUNSET

PHORMIUM GOLDEN SWORD

PHORMIUM JOKER

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHRUBS 2016

EUONYMUS JAPONICUS MICROPHLLA

HEBE PURPLE SHAMROCK

LIBERTIA GOLDFINGER

PHORMIUM GOLDEN RAY

PHOTINIA FRASERI LOUISE

SORBARIA SORBIFOLIA SEM

VIBURNUM TINUS LISAROSE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SHRUBS 2015 (DEFRA PEAT FREE TRIAL)

ABELIA GRANDIFOLORA RADIANCE

ABELIA SUNSHINE DAYDREAM

ACUBA PEPPERSHOT

COPROSMA INFERNO

CORDYLINE SALSA

CORDYLINE CAN CAN

CORDYLINE RED STAR

CORDYLINE JIVE

EUONYMUS EMERALD AND GOLD

HYPERICUM MAGICAL RED FLAME

LEUCOTHE SCARLETTA

PHORMIUM BLACK VELVET

PHORMIUM FLAMINGO

PHOTINIA LITTLE RED ROBIN

THUJA GOLDEN ANNE

THUJA MIRJAM

 

 

 

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