Most flowers have, in addition to an official Latin name,
also a common name. That name can be vary country by country.
In the extended family the Saxifraga is a small species of
flower which grows in the mountains of Europe. In Dutch and
German it is called 'Jehovabloempje' and 'Jehovablumchen',
translated 'little Jehovah flower'.
The person who gave this flower its common name must
have thought, when he saw the red spots on the white petals,
of the Hebrew consonants of the Divine Name. That is why this
little flower carries the great Name of God.