Ring Forget-Me-Not: botanists joke about this species of flower, that its leaves are fluffy and their form reminds them of a wild mouse’s little ears.
The blue-blossomed little flowers truly love their freedom, as they grow in meadows and fields, never even grown in flowerbeds. An ancient legend that tells us about the gardens of Eden, where Adam baptized each blossom with the most beautiful of names, asking these flowers to never forget his name. Only one – the smallest of flowers had been daydreaming and didn’t catch its own name, but when asked it didn’t fall into confusion – it just cheerfully replied “forget-me-not”!
The English have believed, that in the meadows of forget-me-not flowers, lit by the evening sunbeams – that’s where fairies are bathing. All you need is a little patience close to such a meadow, during sundown in the background of these tiny blue-eyed simple flowers you’re going to witness the greatest beauty of this world!