The Garstang Millennium Green team has joined forces with the Lancashire Wildlife Trust to organise a special evening focusing on the wild flowers of the county.
Spokesman Peter Ryder said: “Wild flowers on the green attract many favourable comments, and residents are probably aware that we have recently planted 6,500 native daffodils, which should give a super display in a few years’ time.
“We have also sown corn poppies on the green to support the First World War centenary commemorative events that will be taking place nationally next year.
“Considering the interest in wildflowers and our continuing efforts on the green, we have teamed up with the Wildlife Trust who are going to give a talk.”
The talk will be entitled Wildflowers in Lancashire. It will be held next Wednesday, October 30, at the United Reformed Church, starting at 7.30pm.
Admission will be £3, which will include refreshments.