Once you start gardening, time often flies by. However, to keep an eye on them, 3 beautiful garden clocks are presented here.Antique: the sundial
Who does not know that: you dig in the garden, you are just really deep in the rubber boots in the dirt and then you notice that you are not wearing a wristwatch. If you don't have a garden clock hanging somewhere, you'll be annoyed with green and blue, because after all you have to get out of the bed and the garden shoes and run into the house to check the time. This is not only annoying and annoying, but literally seduces to take an actually unwanted break.
A garden clock should always be one of the first garden accessories that you buy. This doesn't have to look like a classic clock - it can also be unusual, have some additional functions, etc. These three great, different garden clock models are, for example, a great accessory or a great decoration for the garden. So you can confidently do without your wristwatch while gardening and don't have to be afraid that it will be damaged.
3 beautiful garden clocks presented
➤ Model No. 1 - sundial:
Following the example of antiquity, you can integrate a sundial in your garden, for example. Centuries ago, our ancestors used this type of clock to display the time outdoors. So why not set up a different kind of clock in the garden?
This pretty model (e.g. available here) has, for example, a very elegant dial with engraved Roman numerals and is made of slate. The watch has a diameter of 25 centimeters and a total height of 16 centimeters. With its design, it adapts to any garden style and simply looks great between flowers or placed separately on a base.
➤ Model No. 2 - combination watch:Practical: the combination watch
So-called combination clocks (often also called weather stations) are also very popular outdoors. These usually have not only a clock face for the time display, but also a thermometer display and a display for the air humidity. 3 in 1 - practical, right?
This synthetic slate watch with a polyresin case (available here, for example), in which a thermometer and a humidity measuring device are built-in, is very beautiful. It has a diameter of 45 centimeters and has a Roman dial. Due to the enormous size, the time can also be easily seen from a distance. In addition, this watch is a real eye-catcher in the garden due to its design.
➤ Model No. 3 - clock with planting bowl:Pretty: clock with plant bowl
If you want to decorate your watch with plants yourself, this model is just right for you: this is a planting basket with a clock and thermometer (available here, for example). The whole model is made of plastic and is approximately 27 cm wide and 31 cm high.
The plant basket can be planted with a wide variety of flowers all year round, making your garden clock a real eye-catcher in the garden. But not only that: in autumn you can also put small pumpkins in there or conjure up a little Easter basket in Easter. There are no limits to your imagination and creativity.
Where is the best place to hang the garden clock?
You can hang garden clocks on house walls, terrace walls and balconies, on garden sheds, garages and even on trees. It is best to always choose a place from which you can see the time anywhere in your garden.