Edgartown selectmen Monday approved awarding a $15,950 bid for seasonal plantings and flowers to Donaroma’s Nursery. Selectman and board chairman Margaret Serpa said the lone bid was reviewed by the town procurement officer and approved by the town beautification committee.

The contract is for providing flowers and plantings in 24 whiskey barrels, 32 hanging baskets and on the traffic island at the triangle.

Donaroma’s is owned by selectman Michael Donaroma. He was not at the meeting Monday.

In other business, selectmen approved adding $10,520 to the dredge salary account. Dredge advisory committee chairman J. Howell Kelly said the money would come out of the dredge gift account.