In the coming weeks Maghull is going to look blooming marvellous - and Sefton Central Labour MP Bill Esterson and the Mayor of Maghull were shown why by the man responsible.
Bill and Mayor Cllr Sandra Williams were shown the latest developments in Maghull's ever blossoming wildflower project by Maghull Town Council's parks and gardens supervisor Mike Upham.
Mike has worked for Maghull Town Council for 25 years and is a member of the National Wildflower Centre.
He said: "We've prepared six areas around Maghull for wildflower planting so far and already we seeing some results.
"We are getting some nice blooms around Bobby's Wood.
"The aim of the project is to promote biodiversity and to get the whole community thinking about nature and wildlife.
"It is an ongoing programme which we are building over time and I am delighted we have the backing of Maghull Town Councillors.
"I carried out a full survey of the area and planned this project out. While it is very cost effective, it is also very effective in making Maghull look even better. Which is exactly what my colleagues and I always strive to do.
"Although it looks great now, just take a look again in another few weeks and you'll see it looking even better."
Mayor of Maghull, Labour's Cllr Sandra Williams said Mick and his team were an asset to the whole town.
Cllr Williams said: "The work the whole parks and gardens team at Maghull Town Council really is excellent and this shows in the wildflower project.
"Mike is clearly a passionate conservationist and you can see this in the way he talks about his work.
"We are very lucky in Maghull to have the parks and gardens team that we have and thy really do make Maghull look colourful all year round."
Sefton Central's Labour MP Bill Esterson thanked Mike and the parks and gardens team.
Bill said: "It's clear already how colourful Maghull will be when these wildflowers bloom.
"Mike and his team do a brilliant job for us here in Maghull, and their efforts are appreciated."