Look at these. Pendulous bright green flower buds borne on tall slender stems. Lots of interest here.
Now look at them from a distance. This is the view you get when standing upright:
Yes, it's a little patch of moss growing on the weed-suppressing fabric on which the shingle in my garden is laid. The white bits are pieces of sawdust from when the Maple tree was trimmed just recently.
Those flower-stems are only a centimetre tall, and you have to get down on your hands and knees to appreciate them!
Here's a picture of the same patch of moss, taken in January, when the last batch of seed-heads was mature.
Looked at in this scale, you have a whole garden in one flower-pot!