The Story of the Daffodil Garden as found on Blue Eyes and Biscotti
"The daffodil garden illustrates the God given potential that each one of us holds when we plant seeds one by one. Seeds of discipline, love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, faith, meekness, and self-control—seeds that will blossom in our garden one day, a breath-taking garden that draws others to Christ."
Share Our Garden shares this about The Daffodil Concept.
"The principle her daffodil garden teaches is one of the greatest principles of Life. Learning to let go, let God and how much just 'little you' can accomplish, one step at a time. Learning to love the journey, not the destination. Seeing the sights along the way. We can change our world."
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The garden has been closed for several years, but it certainly brought joy to many people and has taught many more a great lesson ... and it will live on.
You can find out a bit more about Gene Bauer here.
Mrs Bauer prepared a FUN FACT SHEET about her daffodil garden.
Click on the link to read about it.
That site has links to other great pages like The Legend of the Daffodil Garden,
About the Daffodil Garden, and (Alma) Gene & Dale BauerGarden Artists & Plant Managers Extraordinaire
Another site here.
There is an illustrated book titled Daffodil Principle: One Woman, Two Hands, One Bulb at a Time encouraging us to
Start today, one step at a time, to change your world.
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and part of Jaroldeen's story is found at
where this encouragement is given