Heather

Heather
The word heather actually is derived from the word hather which is middle English and means an open land covered with heather and or moss. While the most common colour associated with wild heather is purple, the plant has been cultivated into different colours including white, pink, a wide range of purples and even red. he symbolism of the heather plant is rich and steeped in history. One of the sweetest legends of Scottish folklore is that white heather only grows where fairies have been.

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