Leucophytum (formerly Calocephalus) brownii 'Silver Stone' has tiny flower heads, smaller than a thumbnail, smaller than a little finger nail, too.
I've been gardening and painting more than blogging. Lots to do yet.
Still one more of those yellow rooms to do. Out in the garden, mostly deadheading spring flowers and having fun looking around.
The Leucophytum and Geranium 'Rozanne' make a nice pair.
I'm considering emptying the planting bed behind the old fountain near the koi pond, and cramming it full of 'Iceberg' roses, Leucophytum, Senecio ragusina, and Geranium 'Rozanne': white, silver, silver, and lavender-blue. Maybe this winter.
Senecio ragusina, planted last year, bloomed this year. Though the flowers are at the usual level of Senecio flower beauty (low), at least they are a pure, clear yellow. Initially, anyway.
Lavender 'Provence' has small slim flower heads that catch early morning light. The flowers are much daintier than L. stoechas which flowers repeatedly year-round. 'Provence' flowers in late spring only.
Thumbnail sized also are the flowers of the Oncidium flexuosum that lives in the Acer palmatum.
At one time, Lampranthus (aka Oscularia) deltoides was out on the front slope dying a slow death from heat and insufficient water. I saved a few almost-dead stems and stuck them here by the gate. It took several years, but they grew into a big squishy pillow of succulence. Finally, this year, flowers for the very first time.
Each flower is also thumbnail sized