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Once God was walking in the Garden of Eden when His eyes caught hold of a tiny blue flower. When God asked the flower its name, shyly, it said that it had forgotten what it is called. Therefore, God named it “Forget-me-not” saying that He will never forget this tiny flower. Some sources also speak of a legend that while Adam and Eve left the Garden of Eden, it was this little flower who cried, “Forget-me-not.”
Historically, these flowers symbolise remembrance and carrying these flowers can give protection or luck.
It was believed that forget-me-nots had the power to protect humans against witches.
King Henry IV of England used this flower symbol as his lucky charm during his exile in 1398.
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