I just added this photo to the Lachenalia page on the wiki. I'm having so much fun sharing my photos with the group, now that I know how. Ann Marie http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/files/… Mary Sue Ittner <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:///Dear/ All, I finally got a chance last night to put some more pictures on the Lachenalia wiki page. I have really enjoyed mine this year. They are finally fading, but it has been a long run starting in the fall (they are now blooming in the southern hemisphere). I had a couple bloom for the first time this year from seed and that is always very satisfying. I especially liked Lachenalia purpureocaerulea (I see the Cape Encyclopedia leaves the hyphen out) and L. nervosa (syn. Lachenalia latifolia.) Don Journet, if you are reading are those names the ones to use now? We are trying to have correct spellings on the wiki. When people search for a plant on Google names and spellings are critical. Earlier I enjoyed Lachenalia aloides var. aurea which bloomed for such a long time, but none of the many pictures I got Bob to take really did it justice. There are some other new pictures there: Lachenalia comptonii which had hairy leaves (not pictured) L. elegans var. suaveolens, L. namaquensis, and L. rosea. http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… Ann Marie Rametta So. California, San Gabriel Valley, Zone 21 (Sunset Western Garden book) --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Free online calendar with sync to Outlook(TM).