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Iceland's National Day
"Summer valley, blissful, blest,
brimmed with sunlight now and ever,
slowly sweeping east to west!
Summer valley, gorgeous, blest!
Childhood's idyll, age's rest
after years of long endeavor!
Summer valley, blissful, blest,
brimmed with sunlight now and ever!"
~ Valley Song, Jonas Hallgrimsson (1807-1845)
Also known as the Alpine Dryad or Arctic Dryad, the Mountain Aven is a delicately-flowered ground-hugging, plant that thrives in cold, sunny, mountainous locations. Primarily found in alpine meadows and rocky, barren ridges, this wildflower can be found in the Cascade and Rocky Mountains and are common as far north as Alaska, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories! This beautiful flower is the national flower of Iceland and is embodied in one of several tartans designed to reflect the beauty that is the Icelandic landscape. 🌼 🇮🇸