Mustard - known in Bach flowers as the anti-depressant. And only once I met her growing wild all over my garden did I understand her deeper message; why she can relieve depression. She asks that we simply ACCEPT that which is happening in the world - to us, around us. Accept, she says, and life will be so much simpler, so much more JOYful. And so it is.
"I accept all that is."
Wild mustard grows here rampantly at end of winter/springtime. It can pop up one at a time, or in big copses that take up part of the countryside. It's bright yellow flowers lift the sprit, like a brushstroke of cheer.