According to the local version of the Szekler legend, Klára, Dála and Ramocsa were three fairy girls. The name of Klára is preserved by the Klárakút under the Bágy castle, the name of Dála by Székelydálya, and the name of the youngest Ramocsa, whose flowers have opened at his feet, the ramocs flower, resp. it is guarded by a border section called Ramocsa in Szeklerland.
Flower belonging to the species Henye Boroslion (D. cneorum). It is a very rare plant and has therefore been declared protected by botanists. According to the locals: “Strongly fragrant, nice little plant, it used to have a lot of grooves on Ramócsa Hill, but some of the sheep were dug out and destroyed.”
It blooms in May-June.