Green-fingered volunteers are being asked to help add the final touches to a wetlands project in the city.
Seaton Park has created a man-made wetland which has been taking shape over the last few months.
On Thursday morning, pupils from Riverbank School will join the team to take part in some planting and in the afternoon volunteers are invited to come along and join in from 1pm to 3pm.
Aberdeen City Council Leader, Jenny Laing, said: “This is an ideal time to get all the wildflowers planted beside the Wetlands as the water levels are lower at the moment after the flooded areas were dug out in the summer.
“The Wetlands will be a great asset for Seaton Park and once all the plants have become established, it will be a tranquil place with an abundance of flowers and reeds.”
Countryside Officer Ian Talboys added: “Seaton Park is a fantastic place for people and wildlife as the formal gardens, sports pitches and open areas provide people with a great place to relax or be active.
“The wetland area has been designed to help manage the water in the park and provide an attractive feature for people and wildlife.
“It already attracts many birds and insects but by adding the wildflowers there will be an extra splash of colour at the entrance to the park – these will be great for butterflies, bees, hoverflies, dragonflies and a host of other wildlife.”
Places can be booked by calling the Countryside Ranger Service.