WORK has been taking place to plant bulbs and wildflower seeds at Ormiston Park and Tranent’s Polson Park.

East Lothian Council has already planted bulbs at Pine Street and Winterfield in Dunbar, Riverside Drive and West Haugh in Haddington, and Tesco roundabout in Musselburgh.

Funding for the bulb planting has been supported by the Scottish Government’s Nature Restoration Fund.

A council spokesperson said: “Our local amenity services teams have been involved in planting bulbs and wildflower seed, including bee, butterfly and biodiversity bulb mixes and native wildflower mixes, across local communities.

“This has been possible due to the support of monies from the Scottish Government’s Nature Restoration Fund distributed through NatureScot.

“As well as providing welcome colour from springtime onwards, the bulbs and wildflowers will enhance nature networks, increase pollinator planting and will provide improved varieties of biodiversity for the areas.

“We hope they will be much enjoyed by residents and visitors.”