Norwich in Bloom adds a splash of colour to business rooftop
- Credit: Terry Bane
Norwich in Bloom has been creating a vibrate space for city workers by helping to transform the roof of a business block.
Norwich Accountancy Services have benefited from flowers grown for Norwich in Bloom by students at City College Norwich by planting them in their rooftop garden.
The new garden is used by staff and guests to relax during lunch times.
Terry Bane from Norwich in Bloom said: 'This year the plants grown by the students have added a great splash of colour and diversity to the rooftop in the heart of Norwich,
'Its good to see a grey space made colourful and put to good use.'
Barrier basket displays have also been put up around the City on Farmers Avenue and Golden Ball Street which are sponsored by the Norwich Accountancy Services.
This years baskets have been created using an array of bedding and specimen plants adding a splash of colour to the City Centre.
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