They are neat, tidy and attractive to the eye.
But Brigg Blog wonders whether, in the future, the organisers would consider adding some wild meadow flowers at certain locations outside the town centre.
We recall there were some verges in Scunthorpe given this treatment, notably alongside the Kingsway (A18) and some roundabouts.
The steep grassy bank, pictured above, between Brigg's Davy Memorial Playing Field and the A1084, Bigby Road, would be ideal for this purpose.
Such an extensive area of wild flowers would help the local bee population and our dwindling stock of native butterflies. Plus other insects.
The bushes at the other end of the playing field, near King's Avenue (see below), had far fewer butterflies feeding on them when we took this picture than we expected to find.
When we took a similar image a few years ago, there were dozens of them.
Butterflies are in decline across the UK, for various reasons, and could do with a helping hand.
Back in the 1960s, Brigg Urban District Council left this steep bank alone for a time and the flowers that grew there attracted many species of butterfly, including Painted Ladies and Red Admirals.
There would be a cost, of course, if Brigg in Bloom decided to seed wild flowers on the steep bank. Even what some gardeners might regard as weeds don't come cheap.
But North Lincolnshire Council would no longer need to cut what must be an awkward sloping area for workers to tackle.
There might even be an opportunity for a spot of sponsorship.
We will mention our idea to Brigg Town Councillors involved with Brigg in Bloom.