Windflower or Easter flower (Pulsatilla vulgaris). According to
the Greek legend, the windflower was the nymph Anemone. She 
was turned into a homeless flower by the goddess Flora who was 
jealous of her for attracting the attention of her husband Zephry. 
It is also called the Easter flower because it blooms around these 
holidays and was used to colour Easter egg. It is used as a 
homeopathic remedy to treat cataract.