This is a miniature Iris, I think, and the top of the flower part is about 4" above the ground.
Here are some daffodils. They do really well here, apparently.
I'm not exactly the world's best gardner, as evidenced by this weed:
Pretty, but they're all over the lawn. I tend to rip them out when I see them, although so far they're definitely winning.
Now for the doily...
It's roughly 22" across, although I haven't measured it since I made my blocking circle and pinned it down. I took a series of pictures that I'm planning to put together on how to block a lace doily. I can't stand an improperly blocked doily, as my eye goes right to any wonkyness. (Not a real word, but I like it anyway). Bad knitting on my part doesn't help, either.
And a gratuitous lace shot:
The yarn is Baroque crochet cotton. I used size 1s (I think) which were waaaay too small for my recently-changed tension. I don't think this is going to be a doily I'm going to keep, despite how pretty is it.