Some floral beauty in English: ‘anemone’ is from the Greek for ‘daughter of the wind’, because the flowers are blown open by the breeze, and ‘daisy’ is short for ‘day’s eye’, because the flower opens its petals at dawn and closes them again at dusk. (via @susie_dent)

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