Hi Dell & all, This might be a good place to start: http://www.rnzih.org.nz/pages/crocus.htm It's a great article on Crocus on the Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture's website. The article notes that "One of the activities of the RNZIH has been to assemble a list of New Zealand Plant Collections, which collates information on people and institutions who hold collections of particular groups of plants" - to that end, there is a list of crocus in the collection at the end of the article. C. scharojani (spelled scharojanii) is included as a part of their holdings. Anyone else interested in Crocus should check out this great article and the LONG list of holdings. Good luck in your search! Jennifer Dell Sherk <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: Dear All,Does anyone know of a source for the above-mentioned Crocus. It seems tobe the only autumn-flowering one which is yellow. Also sounds like it is hard to grow, needing constant moisture - not very hard to provide here. Best wishes, Dell-- Dell Sherk, SE PA Zone 6. Amaryllids, South Americans, Cyrtanthus, Nerine,Hardy bulbs.