Here is a better picture of the Iris histrioides that I promised. I'm glad these came back, since the first time I tried them they didn't. The clump has even expanded. Again, these are tiny things, several inches tall. We have them in full sun in a gravelly place and that seems to have made them happy. I just love the colors and patterns on this one which is called 'Katharine Hodgkin'. She must have been a pretty lady to have such and exquisitely patterned flower named after her. The blue is sometimes leaning towards more of a grey shade, especially after they have been out for a day which is even more unusual in a flower.
Tomorrow I'll put up the pictures of our miniature daffodils. Not all are as early as our first bloom, some not showing their faces until the very end of daffodil season. Some have foliage that looks more like chives - round rather than flat - but all are charming.