The Flower Clock
Could a beautiful setting of flowers tell you what time it is?
In the city of precision watchmaking, it certainly could! In Geneva’s Jardin Anglais, the Flower Clock has brought together many people since its creation in 1955. The picturesque botanical masterpiece with a diameter of five metres, features 6,500 flowers that change every season.
A testament to the city’s watchmaking traditions, you will definitively be impressed by its accuracy, as the clock is connected to a satellite to be perfectly on time, all the time. At 2.5 metres long, its seconds-hand is also the longest in the world.
- Diameter of 5 metres with 6,500 flowers
- Time transmitted by satellite
- Seconds-hand is 2.5 metres long