Little flowers in little vases make me happy. I'm particularly pleased with the hellebores in this little glass vase; it's so easy to miss them in the garden, since they're low to the ground and downward-facing, and in this arrangement, you can really appreciate their pale, streaky colors. This variety of camassia is new in my garden, and I like the bicolored green-striped white blossoms; it's a bit unfortunate that I planted them in the same hole as the daffodils, and so they're buried a bit there -- I'm not sure if I can figure out how to fix that, honestly. But at least I picked some to bring inside and highlight. And the lilies of the valley are springing up in various wild patches; these three are in my powder room, where the small enclosed space highlights their lovely old-fashioned scent.