The flowers above the neck of a vase should be about one-third of the total height of the vase plus the flowers...
Yellow is definitely the color of the month in my garden, and I suspect in yours.
Unless the foliage of other perennials grows up to mask the bulb foliage as it decays, the garden looks a mess.
One of the disadvantages of gardening in a cold climate is that we have no flowers in our gardens at this time of the year.
In late February in my Midwestern garden, I delight in the green, sprouting foliage of little bulbs. It is evidence that the tiniest flowers are the bravest.
I can satisfy my addiction to flowers even while I mail the bills.