A few words for Azalea…

This beautiful flower, escaped from the depths of the East, its distant homeland, to see other rare beauties. Crossing America and Europe, it came and “nested” here, in light of the land of Ulysses, the homeland of Sikelianos Valaoritis and Lafcadio Hern.

In the waves of the Ionian Sea, lives a myth, that of the love of the poet Sappho to Phaon, the story begins and ends at Cape Lefkada. In this peaceful corner of the Ponti, in the picturesque fishing village of Vassiliki, the Azalea flower bloomed across the Greek countryside in the Spring of 2009.


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