The Flower Clock is located on the shore of Lake Geneva, west of the English Garden. The combination of flowers and clocks makes it a symbol of Geneva's reputation as the "Watch Capital". Although flower clocks can also be seen in other cities in Switzerland, the flower clock in Geneva is the real ancestor of the flower clock. The flower clock is 5 meters in diameter. The mechanical structure of the clock is set underground. The clock face on the ground and the Arabic numerals representing 12 hours are covered with fresh green grass or flowers, and new patterns change with the seasons. After visiting the Flower Clock, you can visit the large fountain in the lake along Lake Geneva.