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BOUQUETS will be popping up in random places as part of a drive to deliver joy and generate interest in flower arranging.

For Flower Arranging Day tomorrow, The National Association of Flower Societies (NAFAS) will surprise unsuspecting people with the free flowers.

For the third year running, NAFAS will randomly distribute 60,000 bouquets across the country.

Regional organiser Audrey Watts said it’s hoped it will promote a greater interest in flowers as well as encouraging new members to join flower arranging clubs.