Hello Alberto, I was afraid you were going to say that about the seed. I have another question for you and the group. I am redigging a bed at the base of an older Macadamia nut tree. Tree is still relatively small and the roots are underground but only about 6-8 inches below ground. I had some daylilies there but removed them recently. They were probably competing sucessfully with the tree only because they are tets and very vigorous. In any case, I have decided I'd better confine myself to small bulbs and shallow-rooted perennials and annuals there. Anyone have an opinion of trying to get some of the Ipheions to naturalize there? Cathy Craig San Clemente CA Zone 9b President: Pacific Bulb Society Alberto wrote: > Seedlings produced from 'Charlotte Bishop' seed will > NOT be 'Charlotte Bishop', given the natural variation within Ipheion > uniflorum. Only offsets of bulbs of this variety will be true to name.