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Welcome to the Botanical Alpine
Garden Schynige Platte

Competence Centre for the Swiss Alpine Flora

Experience and enjoy the Botanical Alpine Garden with stunning views of the Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau!

A unique attraction displaying around 800 species of plants native to the Swiss Alps growing in their natural communities. A site of scientific research and nature conservation at 1967 metres above sea level, which also gives visitors a closer look at the beauty, wealth and secrets of Alpine flora.

The Schynige Platte is open from June 15th to October 20th, 2024.
We are looking forward to your visit.

Orange lily is blooming
The Orange Lily /Lilium bulbiferum ssp bulbiferum is blooming beautiful in the garden.

Follow the weather live on the Schynige Platte.

Plant of the week

Linum alpinum

Alpine Flax

Family: Linaceae
Bloom: June-July
Findable in the garden: General Garden

Calendar week 29

Plant of the week

Paradisea liliastrum

St. Brunos Lily

Family: Asparagaceae
Bloom: June-July
Findable in the garden: Blue Sesleria scree

Calendar week 28

Plant of the week

Ranuculus segueri

Seguiers Crowfoot

Family: Ranunculaceae
Bloom: June-July
Findable in the garden: Calcareous Scree

Calendar week 27

    Plant of the week

    Linum alpinum

    Alpine Flax

    Family: Linaceae
    Bloom: June-July
    Findable in the garden: General Garden

    Calendar week 29

    Plant of the week

    Paradisea liliastrum

    St. Brunos Lily

    Family: Asparagaceae
    Bloom: June-July
    Findable in the garden: Blue Sesleria scree

    Calendar week 28

    Plant of the week

    Ranuculus segueri

    Seguiers Crowfoot

    Family: Ranunculaceae
    Bloom: June-July
    Findable in the garden: Calcareous Scree

    Calendar week 27

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