Blue meadow — latte mug
- With a 300 ml ceramic mug with your favorite plant - your morning coffee will get a unique character.
Blue meadow: meadow pansy, spreading bellflower, cornflower
Geranium pratense L. , Campanula patula L., Centaurea cyanus L.
The pansy, bellflower and cornflower, associated with the modesty of field paths, are unique species that, despite their frequent occurrence, deserve to be celebrated. That's why Blue Meadow was created - three common varieties rendered with attention to detail and love for what, despite its outward modesty, is a great treasure in its nature.
Meadow pansy is a real ornament of the meadow because of its spectacular color. This perennial spreads very easily and in an interesting way. The flower buds of the meadow bellflower are bent downward, when they bloom their peduncle straightens, after pollination it twists downward, and when the seeds ripen it straightens again, shedding seeds.
The spreading bellflower, although common in Poland and often unnoticed among cornflowers and forget-me-nots, also grows in much harsher conditions, for example, in Siberia, as well as in hot Turkey, where it is an exceptional ornament of meadows and forests. The light-loving bellflower can thrive in all sorts of soils, although it is particularly suited to moist soils. The edges of the forest, where you can catch undisturbed rays of sunshine, seem to be the ideal place for this field flower.
Another inhabitant of the field meadow is the cornflower, a flower that has many different folk names, such as macchia, samosa or modrak. Although it is a common weed in Poland, its modish crown of tiny flowers adorns the meadow like blue jewels glittering in the sun. The cornflower, which blooms from May to September, is pollinated by butterflies, among others, and its fruits are dispersed by the wind and ants. Sometimes its seeds can go astray among fields and fallow land, and then, spreading along with the crops, cornflowers pierce the golden ears of wheat or rye with their flower baskets, or shine intensely among the wasteland like blue stars.