Not miniature, mind you, just small. I wanted to enjoy the delicate flowers of Bulbine "Tiny Tangerine" without losing them in the mix. It's hard enough outdoors, where their little fluffy-centered blooms have to compete with a zillion yellow blooms on Senna nemophila - above on the bush and below on the ground!
So I cut some for today's vase...
...and added a daffodil as the centerpiece.
Narcissus "Pink Charm" was recommended to me last year by a Houston gardening friend as a good warm-winter grower. It has lived up to the recommendation, just now coming into flower with what appears to be a good bud set despite our nearly frostless winter.
At the back...
...there is Cerinthe major purpurescens and thyme.
Happy IaVoM! Do check the other vases linking in at Rambling in the Garden!
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