Eternal, pure, simple, virtuous, cool these beautiful words are reflected in the violet flag one by one.
Violet is a kind of flower that blooms in May and June and becomes a shoe-nail. The fragrance of this flower is impressive, although it belongs to wild plants, but people especially like to plant it in their own yard, under the eaves.Violet flag[/caption]
Look at our violet flag. Under a sunny window, there are clusters of violets. People mainly hope to bring the fragrant fragrance into the house through violets.
This beautiful violet flag once had a moving legend: according to Greek mythology, Venus, the goddess in charge of love and beauty, because her lover traveled far away, reluctantly parting, glittering tears fell on the soil, the next spring unexpectedly sprouted and sprouted branches, blooming a beautiful fragrant flower, this is violet.
Violet was a symbol of fertility in ancient Greece, and Athens used it as a symbol on the banner of the badge. The Romans and the Crete people dip violet flowers in goat milk as lotion. However, the Saxons embroidered it in their costumes as a savior against evil spirits.
People with violet flags and badges will bring good luck and blessings to themselves and others around them. It is because violets edify us that we can feel the beauty of flowers better.