Members of the Great Wyrley and Cheslyn Hay Community Group made the move to help make Landywood Station brighter and more friendly.
Four large planters were donated by by Andrew Leeder from GJP Construction – with the project being backed by West Midlands Railway.
The group bought a range of plants after receiving funding from partners at Community Rail Network, formerly known as the Association of Community Rail Partnerships.
Three of the planters have seen colourful plants – featuring a range of varieties – planted, with a mini-sensory garden for children introduced.
Another day at the station with Sarah, Lee, Tony and Gillian we have planted up all the planters, we even have a sensory one where kids can touch and smell (where the phone box once was). We started painting the steps until we run out and painted over the graffiti on the bridge. pic.twitter.com/NDy9LsTQt0— Great Wyrley & Cheslyn Hay Community Group (@GWCHCommunity) June 2, 2020
Work was carried out by group members – and trustees – Sarah, Gillian, Tony and Olwen along with chair Lee Murphy.
Mr Murphy, chair of the community group, said: "One of our ongoing projects as a community group is to make improvements to Landywood station including the addition of ways to make it brighter and more friendly.
"One of the planters, in place of a disused and damaged telephone box, is a mini sensory garden for children to smell and touch.
"Sarah, Gillian, Tony, Olwen and I hope the local community and visitors of the village love them as much as we do."