Dense daffodils and perennial forget-me-nots 26/4/2011 oil on canvas

“Whoever has two loaves of bread, sell one and buy daffodil flowers for it, for bread is food only for the body, but the daffodil nourishes the soul”. – This wonderful statement is attributed to Mohammed! The daffodil was one of the few flowers that was planted in ancient times simply because of its beauty and not because of its suitability for medicinal or other purposes. The fact that the poet’s daffodil is one of my favorite flowers – food for the soul – certainly plays a decisive role for me. And so that I can see them in the garden and enjoy them for more than just a few weeks in spring, I brought this beautiful picture into our conservatory.

Ursula Windmiller 11/2022

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