The mural has a wide range of flowers from bluebells to daisies, with several of them placed within the space of a few metres.
Flowers are usually planted by gardeners to mark the beginning of the year, with one or two flowers placed inside the garden walls.
The gardeners then gather the flowers for a small party in the garden, which can be an informal gathering, or they can plant the flowers in the street and take them home to be placed outside the garden.
It is usually during the summer months that the flowers are placed in the mural, with the flowers used to mark a special occasion.
It’s also important to note that the floral design of the Blixburg Street wall mural does not necessarily have a floral theme.
The mural is in the style of a flower bed, with different flowers being placed in different sections.
The flower arrangement on the mural has also been described as a garden bed.