Field flowers are special flowers. Not all of them attract such enthusiasm as, for example, roses. But when you pass poppies, daisies, cornflowers, etc., it's simply impossible to look at these simple, delicate and very beautiful field flowers. In the end, I want to stop, get out of the car and run this "cloud" of flowers. And what a sense of smell comes from them, it seems that you are in a fairy tale and forgot about all your problems.
For a long time, when a person has not yet begun to improve plants, field flowers were the best present. The girls wore chic wigs from these delicate flowers, and good young people picked up bouquets of rays and daisies, and gave the girls. There is a historical novel in these colors. Because sometimes a little little bun with a cornflower is going to get you, you will have much more feelings than a lot of roses.
And how many camomiles helped the girls in the allegory of "love does not love." How honest children are happy to collect blooming dandelions, allowing millions of white paratroopers to cling to the wind.
Beauty is beautiful, but how many wild flowers are medicinal plants. Bright representatives of this species: chamomile, bell, violet, and many others and many others.
The name of the field flowers is very large, according to scientists, they make up about five hundred thousand species, but only 290 of them are described.
Nowadays it is very fashionable and practically to grow wild flowers in our flower beds. they practically do not require any care, they are accustomed to any natural elements.
Charming wild flowers
Take, for example, the most ordinary and most beautiful wildflowers - walnut root crops. The fist is a symbol of holiness, purity, hospitality and courtesy, beauty and goodness of the boy. Fruit is a fragrant grass with a blue color, a strong persistent smell. When the peasants bred them near their houses, the cornflowers were used widely for ritual purposes - they were placed behind the icons, decorated with crosses of churches, were saints on Makoviy (August 1), and on Savior (August 6). On the Trinity, they wore ceremonial wreaths from the eaves. According to ethnographers, the sacralization of this plant is associated with the legends of finding the cross of the Lord. In the place where the Jews hid the cross of the Savior, the aromatic and medicinal herbs that Ukraine called "Voloshka" grew. According to another legend, the plant was named after St. Basil the Great, who supposedly loved flowers and greens throughout his life and always decorated his home with them. Hair was sometimes an attribute of the wedding ceremony, they sucked the young, from them they made a pennant for children with illness. They also symbolize holiness, purity, beauty of the beloved.