The color of flowers has meaning. Yellow flowers are associated with sunshine and joy. When you think of spring, the daffodil comes to mind.

Yellow flowers bloom earliest which gives them their association with spring; blooming when they do because light flowers, blooms earliest. Adding yellow flowers to your home and spaces brings in energy and light because they reflect their radiant color filling the space. Bringing in yellow blowers is to bring in happiness and new beginnings. When grey days linger, this is the perfect time to bring in those first signs of spring to lift the spirits and add warmth. It’s hard not to smile when you see a bright yellow bunch of flowers!

Daffodils: A Brief History

The ancestral daffodils were from around the Mediterranean Sea areas near Spain, Portugal and the Middle East. Some of the earliest records mentioning daffodils were in about 200/300 BC , and the first writings about daffodils were in about 6th century AD. The daffodil was a typically a forgotten wild plant until around 1629 when a group of Englishmen plucked them out of the weeds and planted them in their gardens placing the forgotten plant into focus once again.

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Jeremy Irons reads Daffodils” by William Wordsworth.

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