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April 14, 2017

Sure, fields of real flowers are cool and all, but blooms that never die? That's pretty darn cool.

To celebrate the City of Culture 2017 — an annual event held in different places around the world that celebrates a city's vibrant people, arts, and, of course, culture — a field of flowers was created in King Edward Square, in the city of Hull. There, you'll find more than 1,700 flowers made out of more than 146,400 Lego bricks.

The field was constructed by Lego professional Duncan Titmarsh, who also happens to be the only Lego professional in the U.K. (There are 15 worldwide.)

You can see the daffodils for yourself until April 18. Then, from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m. that day, the flowers will be given away — first come, first serve — to those who make a donation to the MIND and Hull Citizens Advice Bureau, according to the Hull Daily Mail.

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