Named after the queen chosen for medieval spring festivals (May Day: Morris dance, traditional dance for the fertility of the land, colorful maypoles, good health and fertility), born in England May Queen, which has delicate pale purple flowers with white spots on the petals, was first cultivated in Hokkaido in the Assabu area, which later became known as the leader of Hiyama agriculture. London in 1666 Gothic St. Paul’s Cathedral destroyed by fire, Pre-Raphaelites, Disraeli, Young English, Oxford Movement

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