It's a regular feature he has been doing for five years, growing bigger every time, according to Dinarvandi.
"We started about five years ago, with just one tree, that one. And we noticed that it made people very happy, so we thought ok, we're going to try to put more and more and Easter eggs or Easter figures. And now, five years later, you can see what it has turned out to be."
Dinarvandi's neighbour, Horst Doering couldn't agree more that the timing was right this year, saying, ""It's a highlight, especially for kids. You can't go anywhere over the Easter holidays, you can't go anywhere else, so this makes for a nice change. You have to create your own highlights, and so we are happy that there is a bit of nature in the city now."