About 35 volunteers with wellies and spades planted thousands of crocuses on the Stray at West Park in Harrogate this week.
Some 40,000 crocus bulbs have been added to the Stray over the last couple of years.
The perennials, which flower in late winter and spring, have become synonymous with the 200 acres of parkland around Harrogate. It is believed there are between six and eight million of the flowers on the Stray.
This week’s effort focused on the Otley Road section, which has not been covered in recent planting schemes.
Organised by North Yorkshire Council, which manages the Stray, people from Bilton Conservation Group, Harrogate manufacturer Belzona Polymerics, the charity Open Country and individual volunteers took part in this week’s planting.
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