A charity seeking to aid the recovery of armed forces veterans has officially opened a special garden.
Dundee Therapy Garden, which helps veterans through horticulture, was opened by Lord Provost Ian Borthwick, who also planted a tree.
Among the guests who attended were Chris Law MP and Joe FitzPatrick MSP.
The organisation took over garden space in Dudhope Park in 2016 to offer rehabilitative therapy to veterans in and around the city.
Members raised £75,000 to allow it to operate for a minimum of three years.
Two full-time horticultural therapists — Zisky Stovell and Mike Snowden — have been employed by the charity to work with the veterans.
They can cater for up to 16 veterans at a time and work with veterans to rebuild their self-confidence and restore relationships with family and friends.
n Picture shows Mr Borthwick with Alexander Lyall, Ken Laing, Christian MacGregor, Zisky Stovell and Mr Snowden.