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Cimina

Cimina


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Cimina: General information




The Grass Cimina is a variety of wild geranium, also known as "flower crane" due to the characteristic shape of the inflorescences. Also noteworthy is the unpleasant smell of its flowers. The meaning of the Cimina Grass is, however, to be traced back to the predilection and love with which the members of the Cistercian order used to treat and care for the plant; hence the value of the Cimina Grass, that is absolute and tireless devotion, one of the main Cistercian beliefs.



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