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You won't be-leaf the flowers we'll be seeing soon

You won't be-leaf the flowers we'll be seeing soon

Published by Grace Mcgachy
5:27am 12th June 2019. (Updated at 5:31am 12th June 2019)

King's Lynn and West Norfolk council are getting ready for summer despite the bad weather we've been having.

Over 70,000 flowers will be sprouting up around West Norfolk in the coming weeks.

The displays have all been designed by the street scenes team.

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All of the hanging baskets, planters, tubs and troughs will be refreshed from flowers that have been grown in the council's nursery.

Every year the thousands of plants that are grown are cared for by new employees, Andy and Darren that have 24 years working in the borough between them.

We'll be able to enjoy the colourful beds around West Norfolk until they're re-bedded in autumn.

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