What a small daffodil! Isn't it just perfect for a very small arrangement. With its yellow petals which sweep back cyclamen like, from the narrow frilly-edged trumpet, this daffodil blooms appears twice as long. The whole plant is around 12 cm high, so finding a small enough vase made me veer towards the small vases I have for snowdrops.
Narcissus cyclamineus is a delightful new addition to the garden this year. I remember years ago walking up in the countryside in Spain and spotting some of the smallest cyclamen I had ever seen. At the time I thought they were so small due to their situation on the mountain path in poor gritty soil, little did I know then that these were amongst several of the different wild narcissi which grown in Portugal and Spain.
This year I can spare but a small piece of Corylus avellana Scooter, so needing only a small piece was an ideal opportunity to try it in a vase. Just to balance it is the smallest of leaves from the winter green fern Fern Polypodium cambricum Richard Kayse.