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Terry Bane has spent a life time in horticulture as a professional and way of life, enjoying growing of flowers, fruit, vegetables and native plants for biodiversity, wildlife sustenance and habitat.

 

As Terry approaches full retirement already having developed two websites Terry wanted to share his knowledge, experiences and ideas with gardeners, horticulturalists and community enthusiasts and is developing this website.

 

Terry and Mirelle regularly travel around Britain during, holidays on day trips and in their field of work.

 

"We have seen some fantastic floral and sustainable displays in British villages, towns, cities and coastal resorts that have been created and are managed with pride and passion by professionals, groups and volunteers"

 

"Over the last 44 years I have had the pleasure to see and photograph many plants, floral displays and features taking note of genus, species and varieties  used, I have net worked, shared and encouraged the use of similar ideas in the Norwich landscape with colleagues, friends and volunteers at work and as part of my Norwich in Bloom volunteering".

 

Terry and Mirelle are particularly keen to grow and encourage use of attractive plants but most importantly those sustaining beneficial insects and native wildlife and helping to increase Biodiversity.

 

"We hope our photography helps show some plants that might interest and encourage you to grow".

Terry Bane admires Anemone's

Powis Castle Welshpool August 2017

Norwich in Bloom Website

 

 

 

 

 

Honey Bee on Eryngium Miss Willmots Ghost The Dell July 2017

2nd Prize Shrewsbury Flower Show, Shropshire August 2017

 

 

Terry and Mirelle Bane in The Dingle Gardens,

Shrewsbury, Shropshire August 2016

Bee's and Insects like Verbena bonariensis

One of Terry's Must Grow Favourite Perennials

 Great For Insects and Birds

Terry and Mirelle are both gardeners, living and working in the Norwich area of Norfolk, much of their leisure time is spent on managing their one acre garden, visiting gardens, landscapes, horticultural shows and events both locally and across the UK and taking photographs.

 

We hope this our new website inspires you to visit and see more of our beautiful country and the fantastic floral and sustainable plantings and landscapes that not only give so many people pleasure but also provide a valuable food source for beneficial insects, birds and native wildlife.

 

We hope you take note of the ideas and practices being used, share, adapt, use and develop in your community and share your experiences.

 

Terry and Mirelle Bane

 

RECENT WEBPAGE UPDATES

 

FLOWER AND FOLIAGE AT THE DELL - APRIL 2018

 

NORWICH BARRIER BASKETS

 

 

Spring Just Showing - Box Garden and Dell

 

Celandine and Primrose - The Dell

BASKET AND PLANTERS

 

NORWICH PEAT FREE BASKET AND PLANTERS

 

MIRELLE'S GARDEN

 

BIODIVERSITY

 

THE ROYAL GARDENS WINDSOR 1975

 

MORE MEMORIES AT WINDSOR

Anemone blanda and White Splendor

Chinodoxa luciliae

 

Cornus alba Baton Rouge

Chinodoxa forbesii

EARLHAM PARK NURSERY 1977 - 1990

Crocus species

Corylus avellana (Hazel)
  Ficaria verna (Celandine)

Forsythia x intermedia Lynwood

MORE MEMORIES EARLHAM PARK NURSERY

Iris reticulata

Helleborus hybrids

 

Hyacinthus (Hyacinth)

Jasminum nudiflorum

B.A.S.I.S. TRAINING - CONTROL OF PESTS AND DISEASES

Muscari latifolium

Narcissus varieties (Daffodil)
 

Primula denticulata

Primula elatior (Polyanthus)

 

Primula vulgaris (Primrose)

Prunus x incam Okame

  Puschkinia

Pulmonaria

  Scilla siberica Tulipa Tarda
 

 

Updated 9th April 2018 Copyright Terry and Mirelle Bane 2017 - Web Site Designer Terry Bane terrycbane@gmail.com