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Anemone is a genus of about 120 species of flowering plants in the buttercup family. The story behind the anemone flower’s name is a sad one. The name comes from Greek and roughly translates into “windflower”. It is said in Greek Mythology that the anemone flower sprang up from the blood of Aphrodite’s slain lover, Adonis. The name “windflower” signifies that the wind that blows the petal open will also, eventually, blow the dead petals away. In Hebrew the anemone is called “Calanit Metzouya”). “Calanit” comes from the Hebrew word Cala which means “bride”, “Metzouya” means “common”. The Calanit earned its name because of its beauty and majesty, for whome it looks like a bride on her wedding day. The Anemone coronaria is one of the most well known and beloved flowers in Israel. During the British Mandate of Palestine British soldiers were nicknamed “Kalaniyot” for their red berets.
Three Spring Anemone Flowers by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Lilac Blue Anemone Coronaria Wild Flower by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Two Blue Mauve Anemone Close Up Windflowers by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
One Delicate Pale Lilac Anemone Coronaria Wild Flower by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
One Delicate Purple Anemone Coronaria Flower by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Beautiful Red Wild Anemone Flowers In A Spring Field by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Purple Anemone - Anemone Coronaria Flower by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Lilac Anemone by Tracey Harrington-Simpson
Wild Anemone Flowers In A Spring Field by Tracey Harrington-Simpson