A spot in Northern Scotland has been named one of the "loveliest" towns with a floral display in the UK.

Introducing the list, which includes places like Harrogate in North Yorkshire and Shrewsbury in Shropshire, The Times newspaper said locations had been selected for their "renowned" floral creations.

If you're looking for a great place in Scotland to enjoy some gorgeous floral arrangements, look no further.

Towns like Shrewsbury were also named amomg the 'loveliest' in the UKTowns like Shrewsbury were also named among the 'loveliest' in the UK (Image: Getty)

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The town of Forres in Moray, Scotland was named one of the "loveliest" locations with a floral display in the UK.

Discussing the spot, The Times said: "Nicknamed the “flower of Scotland” by residents, this north coast town has won a dizzying number of awards for its proliferation of floral displays, including Scotland in Bloom and Keep Scotland Beautiful, not to mention the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service for the teams who plant some 20,000 flowers each year.

Hundreds of foral displays and shows are held across the UK each yearHundreds of foral displays and shows are held across the UK each year (Image: Getty)

"Go between June and September to see them: the heart of things is Grant Park, where you might see peacock, ladybird or butterfly-shaped creations alongside bright planters and hanging baskets decorating the high street, as well as beds around the neogothic St Laurence Church.

"Make a weekend of it with a visit to the 16th-century Brodie Castle and try a smoky dram at the Benromach Distillery (tours from £10; benromach.com) before checking in at the Victorian mansion Cluny Bank. The Moray Coast Trail also shows off 45 miles of ravishing scenery including windswept beaches and vast, rocky outcrops."

Forres was the only Scottish town named on the list, with the rest being located in England.