Huldra is a seductive forest creature in Scandinavian folklore. The name Huldra means ‘covered’ or ‘secret’. 


She is a forest nymph and is said to wear a crown made of flowers. Besides her magical beauty the only thing that distinguishes her from humans is that she has the tail of a cow, which is why most men flee when they see her!


She was known to seduce young men and take them into the mountains, where she would not release them unless they would marry her. If a man did marry Huldra tales tell that she would lose her otherworldly beauty, but in return would gain the strength of ten men and lose her tail...


Hope you find your flower covered secret, and don’t worry about what the folklore says - you can be both strong and beautiful!