In 01751, Carl Linnaeus proposed a Horologium Florae, "Flower Clock". The clock would be made-up of different flowers which naturally bloom at each hour.
Whether practical, or even possible, he never managed to plant such a clock garden. As an app it is much easier to recreate a digital Horologium Florae of our own.
This simple app displays an illustration and the name of the flower. Changing each hour, there are 24 different flowers, which naturally bloom around that time of day.
• Fixed the wrapping for long flower names.
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Great Apple Watch complication!
I don't know why but this app just makes me happy. I have an Apple Watch and I just get a kick out of seeing the flower type change with every hour! Truly a most peaceful app! The only addition I would like to see is if the type of flower could be shown on the Watch when I tap on it. Would love to know the name of the particular flower I am enjoying. Many thanks and I hope more people discover and enjoy this simple yet fantastic app...
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.