One of the most spectacular sights in Worcestershire will open soon.

Millions of flowers are coming into bloom at the Wyke Manor Estate, creating a sea of colour.

The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company’s field is always a popular attraction, opening for just a few days each year.

It has now been confirmed that the Confetti Flower Field will open from June 30, with tickets going on sale a week or so before.

Manager Sally Young said: “We are thrilled with the response we've had from our open dates release - there seems to be lots of excitement out there to see the flowers.

“The little plants are growing well, and we’re hopeful that they will be tall and beautiful this summer.

“We are planning to put tickets on sale on June 20, when we are sure the flowers are on track.”

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The field is expected to open from June 30 until July 9, depending on the weather.

Last year, tickets sold out days in advance.

After the field closes to visitors, the flowers will be used to make natural confetti which is biodegradable and sold by the pint - around ten handfuls – at a price of £12.50.

Customers can choose from a range of flowers including delphiniums, roses, hydrangeas, lavender and bougainvillea which are handpicked before being dried and packaged.

The bespoke service has been used by various celebrities including Madonna and Guy Ritchie and Catherine Zeta Jones and Michael Douglas.

Athlete Jessica Ennis used the confetti while marrying Andy Hill and Take That used it during their Progress Tour.

Prince Harry also chose the firm’s pale pink delphinium confetti to throw over Princes Charles and Camilla at their wedding in 2005.