Linnaeus’ Floral clock Linnaeus observed over a number of years that certain plants constantly opened and closed their flowers at particular times of the day, these times varying from species to species. Hence one could deduce the approximate time of day according to which species had opened or closed their flowers. Arranged in sequence of flowering over the day they constituted a kind of floral clock or horologium florae, as Linnaeus called it in his Philosophia Botanica (1751, pages ... Linneaus Flower, Floral Clocks, Articles Ideas, Linnaeus, Plants, Gardens, Tell Time, Flower Clocks, Botanical
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This clock represents time and the role it plays in the novel. The novel is told in a non chronological order which represents the absurdity of time. In truth, time, in the novel as well as real life, is simply a man-made illusion and truly means noting unless one decides it does.
•❈• Twinkle, golden and glam up your life! You could use any object you wanted here. At your local craft store, they should have stick on rhinestones in a variety of shapes and sizes. Check out the scrapbooking section and the wedding section. Bling it On! Image only.