Judges from the prestigious Britain in Bloom competition have now visited Aberdeen.
The visit, which comes after Beautiful Scotland judges made their way around this year’s eight entrants over the last few weeks, saw judges Keith Jackson and Darren Shane viewing the community garden at Duthie Park Ranger Station.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen Barney Crockett said: “I hope the judges enjoyed meeting all the people who are involved in making our city look green and beautiful.
“The community groups and city council staff have done a wonderful job of ensuring our parks and green spaces are at their best even with the warm and dry summer we’ve had.”
Aberdeen is competing against Belfast, Northampton, Norwich, and Reading in the city category.
The results of this year’s competition categories will be announced at the Britain in Bloom awards ceremony in Belfast on October 19.