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Rapaics Rajmund - A ​magyarság virágai

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Rapaics Rajmund - A ​magyarság virágai
He was the wild cavalry of the windswept steppes, the Hungarian keeper and animal-friendly, he allegedly did not value the flora and the plants much. Only if they could be eaten or healed with them. But...

He was the wild cavalry of the windswept steppes, the Hungarian keeper and animal-friendly, he allegedly did not value the flora and the plants much. Only if they could be eaten or healed with them. But... next

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Book subcategory Garden building, gardening
Author Rapaics Rajmund
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Year of publication 2006

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He was the wild cavalry of the windswept steppes, the Hungarian keeper and animal-friendly, he allegedly did not value the flora and the plants much. Only if they could be eaten or healed with them. But is it true that the beauty of flowers alone did not attract us? Did the conquering Ottomans really give us a set of flowers, which are now considered to be deep-rooted Hungarians? The century-old ornament of the Hungarian village, the peony opening at Pentecost, even evokes Ali's basa in its name? And is it true that the special-smelling reseda, rosemary, came to our gardens from distant continents? Why does the lily symbolize loyalty to us? Does the daffodil educate its worshiper in self-love? Did the wonderful organ come to us from the mountains of Transylvania or from the hillsides of the Himalayas?

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