The last of the 135 thousand crocus flowers have been planted across Guernsey this week to raise awareness of polio.
It is all part of the national Purple for Polio campaign, which supports efforts to rid the world of the disease.
The colour purple represents the colour of the dye that is placed on the little finger of an immunised child.
In Guernsey, over half a million crocus flowers have been planted across the parishes in the last four years.
At this event, the island's Lieutenant Governor joined in with the planting.