With the weather having been so dismal recently I have had to do most of my admiring of plants from indoors, which is a shame because the Daffodils are just beginning to open. At least when we are standing at the kitchen sink we have something nice to look at. This is the view out onto the driveway where we park our cars. I have crammed the little flower-bed around the Crab Apple tree with loads of Daffodils and Irises.
I'll zoom-in a bit for you...
Right next to our front door I have a flower-pot sunk into the shingle. This gives me the ability to quickly change the scenery - by putting into it a pot of whatever type of flower is in bloom at the time, like these little Tete a Tete daffodils:
This arrangement also conveniently allows me to bring the flowers indoors to be photographed rather than obliging me to stand outside in the rain while I do it!
Poor things - they look pretty bedraggled!
At least they had a few minutes inside under the warm lights.
Not all the Daffs are portable though. Around the garden I have several little clumps like this:
What I normally do is plant in the borders the bulbs that were grown in pots the previous year.