Exeter is becoming a riot of colour this summer after a project to introduce wild flowers into every day parts of the city.
Roundabouts, parks and verges have been planted with hundreds of flowers.
It's a joint project between the city council and Devon Wildlife Trust and aims to provide a haven for butterflies and bees.
The Wild City project started with one meadow in 2012 and now has sixty across the city.
The Devon Wildlife Trust hopes that the mini-meadows will inspire people to take little steps to help wildlife in the city, from planting flowers for bees to leaving a bowl of water out for hedgehogs.
The flowers are allowed to flourish between April and August and then the grass is cut either side of the wildflower growing window.