Floral clock runs late to celebrate Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh's 350th anniversary

Work has finished to complete this year’s design on the world’s oldest Floral Clock in Edinburgh’s West Princes Street Gardens.

Three gardeners took seven weeks to plant over 35,000 flowers and plants used to create the floral clock - credit: RGBE
Three gardeners took seven weeks to plant over 35,000 flowers and plants used to create the floral clock - credit: RGBE

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