Hello PBS'rs, I made an Oxalis image page on the PBS wiki, and moved Sheila Burrow's link to the enticing O. palmifrons onto that page. I certainly admire and desire Oxalis very much, and there's been some recent discussion on them. I offer this challenge; to populate the Oxalis page and PBS wiki with more photos of Oxalis... we can't just have the one image file! Also, when people are creating new pages for separate genera, if you know a little something about the genus, feel free to edit the page and add to the genus summary or genus description. Right now, by default, the Oxalis page has text at the top that says "Describe Oxalis here". If you're an Oxalis aficionado, edit the page, delete the default text "describe Oxalis here" and replace it with something short but meaningful. Do this on the other pages as well. I added a genus summary to Allium and Eremurus (even as little I know about the latter genus). I truly believe that the PBS wiki could become a great resource for bulb images from you bulb people who are "in the know" on correct identifications. And judging from the photos I've looked at on PBS wiki, many of you are fine photographers to boot. Last item: please note that I edited the main PBS wiki Photographs and Information page to standardize the formatting on plant names; e.g. italicized the plant names, and specified cultivar names with single quotes rather than double quotes. I hope that helps for consistent legibility and syntax protocol. It was warm today, in the mid 40s (Fahrenheit) and it seemed like spring, but what's the point when there's still over 3' (+90 cm) of snow on the ground! Mark McDonough Pepperell, Massachusetts, United States email@example.com "New England" USDA Zone 5 ============================================== >> web site under construction - http://www.plantbuzz.com/ << alliums, bulbs, penstemons, hardy hibiscus, western american alpines, iris, plants of all types!