The flower language of cornflower is: meet and happiness.
Cornflower is delicate and lovely, fresh and elegant, so it also represents happiness.
Queen Louis, mother of Prussian Emperor William I, was forced to leave Berlin in a civil war. On the way to escape, suddenly her car broke down. She and her two children had no choice but to stop at the side of the road, waiting for the car to be repaired. She found that there were blue cornflower blooming on the side of the road, which was fresh and beautiful. So she picked this kind of flower and made it into a beautiful wreath, which was worn on the chest of her nine-year-old son William. Later, William I was crowned emperor of Germany. He still loved cornflower very much and thought it was a lucky flower. In addition, cornflower also inspires people to be cautious and learn modestly.
In Germany, such a legend is widely spread. One night, Ares, the God of war, came to the dream of alminus and told him that the blue flowers blooming on the roadside in the early morning could cure his eyes. So the next day alminus found the little blue flower on the side of the road, so he picked it and mashed it to apply it to his eyes. Soon, alminus's eyes really recovered and returned triumphantly. So he called cornflower "the God of eye protection" and spread it widely.