Lets start with daffodils. Beautiful flowers, love them. There are a lot of pattern variations available, also free versions. The one you see in the image is made by me using this free pattern.
The flowers with 5 petals I improvised like this: to start I chained 4 and with a slip stitch in the first chain I made a circle.
For the first round I chained 1 and then single crocheted in the circle till I ended up with 10 stitches. With a slip stitch I joined the circle.
Making the petals: repeat the sequence between * *x5
*in 1 stitch do: dcx1, tcx3, dcx1; slc into next stitch*
Note: dc = double crochet ; tc = treble crochet; slc: slip stitch
Simple crocheted roses, very easy to make. Again, many patterns available, for making the two roses you see in the picture I used this pattern for making simple roses. Depending on what type of yarn you use and how many chains you use as start you will get a bigger or smaller rose. The secret is to chain multiple of 3 stitches.
For a touch of randomness the Mollie flowers are perfect. Combinations of colors are endless. The original pattern has 6 petals but I made only 5.