Of the miracle flower, Romans and Celts. The Teurnia Museum shows how well the ancient peoples in the area around the Lurnfeld felt. This is where the “miracle flower” of Lendorf also grows – a unique plant that botanists take particular delight in: Rhododendron luteum Sweet.
Lendorf Holzer mountain
How did the “miracle flower” come to Lendorf? Nobody knows exactly. It is believed to have been brought here in seed form by a bird – or perhaps by a Roman on a trading expedition. Possibly another indication of the thousand-year old story of “ancient” Lendorf.