HUDDERSFIELD town centre is about to be splashed with colour as 350 hanging baskets go up.
The colourful floral displays will be hung out at shops and businesses who have contributed to give the town a summer look and feel.
Huddersfield Town Centre Association and Kirklees Nursery have worked together to brighten up the shopping area.
Town centre management assistant Julia Lilof, of Marsden, believes the added colour brings the town centre to life.
She said: "I think it really makes a difference to the town centre once the baskets are up because the whole place looks more attractive.
"We have had a great response this time from people willing to contribute and get the baskets outside their shops. You really notice when they come down which proves the difference they make to how Huddersfield looks.
"Next year we are hoping to put up some spring baskets as well so the town will be colourful even sooner and for longer."
Nursery manager Paul Marshall and his team have had the gruelling task of planting all the baskets.
It is also up to them to make sure the baskets, which include marigolds, busy lizzies and biden aurea, are watered.
He said: "Each pot should get watered at least once every two days to keep the plants healthy and looking great.
"There are two watering teams that cover the whole Kirklees from Dewsbury to Homfirth. The plants get quite intensive care.
"We picked each plant carefully because they are robust and stand up to the weather as well as being colourful.
"Each basket is slightly different in colour to keep some variety across the town centre. They really brighten things up." All baskets should be in place by the end of the week.