Main picture: Saxifraga x urbium
ps: Look-up-and-kiss-me is more commonly known as London Pride (Saxifraga × urbium). It rapidly colonised the bombed sites left by the London Blitz of the early 1940s. As such it is symbolic of the resilience of London and ordinary Londoners, and of the futility of seeking to bomb them into submission. A song by Noël Coward, celebrating London and the flower, achieved great popularity during the World War II years.
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