Anemone blanda or grecian windflower (ανεμώνη ή ανεμώνη του βουνού) belongs to the Ranunculaceae family. The name anemone could either mean the daughter of wind from greek anemos or according to another version it can also be a corrupted Greek word, of Semitic
origin, referring to the lament for slain Adonis or Naaman, whose blood gave the red A. coronaria. Its colour can vary between deep blue-purple, pink or white and it usually appears in low clusters. They are widespread in the greek mountains flowering from early spring to early summer.