Those poor Virginia bluebells. At first, I thought that as a wildflower they objected to being brought in the house. And then, I remembered.
Cut daffodills exude a sticky, yucky, slimely substance when they are cut. If you mix them with other flowers when they are first cut, that ooze will clog the stems of other flowers. (If you soak them by themselves for 12 hours and then mix them with other flowers, they seem to do OK.)
I don't have that patience or foresight.
A segregated arrangement.