Floral Clock
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Floral Clock

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Travel along the scenic Niagara Parkway, towards Niagara-on-the-Lake, to visit Niagara Parks' famous Floral Clock. The intricate designs on the face of the Floral Clock are created with thousands of carpet bedding plants and are changed twice each year. The planted face of the Floral Clock is maintained by Niagara Parks horticulture staff, while the mechanism inside is kept in working order by Ontario Power Generation. The tower at the back of the clock houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour.

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The Clock Face

The Clock Face

Measuring 40 feet in diameter, the face of the Floral Clock is filled with as much as 16,000 carpet plants and colourful annuals, including alternanthera, santolina and privet. Its intricate faces are designed and planted by expert horticulturalists and students from the Niagara Parks School of Horticulture.

Westminster Chimes

Standing behind the floral clock is a tower that houses Westminster chimes that greet each quarter hour. If the door into the tower is open during your visit, you can take a glimpse at the clock mechanism and enjoy photographs that show almost every face design dating all the way back to 1950!

Westminster Chimes
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Please note that some Niagara Parks sites are currently closed. Niagara Parks will begin a phased reopening of its attractions and indoor dining operations on January 31.

Conformément aux dernières mesures de santé publique du gouvernement de l'Ontario, certains sites de Niagara Parks, y compris toutes les attractions et les restaurants intérieurs, sont fermés à compter du 5 janvier 2022.