Hi, I found an online abstract about flowering in Nerine. I didn't realize it but the flowers begin their development (in the bulb) 2 years before we see them. Does anyone know how widespread this phenomenon is in the Amaryllidaceae? Does it explain why some plants are prone to miss a year (of flowering) after they are moved? LINK: Abstract: Embryogenesis and seed germination of Nerine http://www.actahort.org/books/430/430_18.htm Cordially, Joe in Conroe, TX, nice Spring-like weather this week.