In the context of this, we will now also look a bit into the nature, specifically among the medicinal herbs of the Asteraceae family.
Not only do children like to knit a well-known flower with a steel-aluminum ladder. It is a yarrow, but many call it a "ladder". This medium-sized plant belongs to the angiosperms department. We find it on the grasslands, although it prefers dry sandy locations. Her parable with the ladders was not only due to her confusing name but also to her letters. When you look at them carefully, you may notice that the yarrow leaves look like small ladders.
The only remaining question is why the yarrow is not really a ladder. Many would remember it better and at least we should confirm that its name was really derived from ladders.