GREEN-FINGERED staff from David’s Nursery in Martin Hussingtree visited three Malvern care homes to plant numerous bulbs in their garden grounds.
The volunteers spent a day at Davenham, Bradbury Court and Perrins House care homes to plant a range of flowers including dahlias, lilies and begonias.
At the end of the day, a cheque for £200.92 was given to Friends of the Elderley, which runs the three care homes.
The money was raised through a number of activities at David’s Nurseries including greeting customers in costume throughout a fund-raising superhero weekend.
Eddie Reid, manager of the nursery, said: “We are delighted to be able to work in partnership with Friends of the Elderly.
“They are a great charity that does great work which is obviously close to the hearts of many of our customers.
“It’s great to be able to connect generations together, and events like this help make that possible.
“Planting bulbs is always an investment into the future and we look forward to seeing them bring joy to the residents in the years to come.”
James Wadlow, general manager of Davenham, Bradbury Court and Perrins House, added: “They will make a great addition in our sensory garden.
“We’d like to thank everyone at David’s Nurseries for their support.”