Welcome spring by giving someone a bouquet of daffodils straight out of your garden.
One of my favorite spring flowers are early daffodils. They are small; they need flower vases that are no more than 6" tall and look good tucked into any nearby corner.
Mid-flowering and late flowering daffodils and tulips will easily fit into standard, taller vases. You can also cut them to fit smaller containers.
Anemones, snow drops, glories of the snow and other small spring flowers will best fit in 2-4" containers.
If you plan to mix daffodils with other spring flowers, let them sit bythemselves in water for a few hours before mixing them. Daffodils have a toxin that will kill other flowers if you mix them immediately. I leave cut daffodils sitting in a vase by themselves overnight, then mix the flowers in the same vase in the morning.
There's nothing like a bouquet of home grown flowers to brighten someone's day, including mine!