Tulipa polychroma and Fritillaria uva-vulpis are blooming here today. So too is Sanguinaria canadensis and some of the self-sufficient Corydalis. Temperatures today are predicted to top 80 degrees F. I'm on a new computer lately, and in Microsoft Outlook. I've learned that I have to carefully re-read my posts because spell-check automatically "corrects" my botanical Latin: Tulipa polychroma became Tulipa polychrome, Sanguinaria canadensis became Sanguinaria Canadensis. Ain't technology great! Jim McKenney email@example.com Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where I'm apparently about to get a generous serving of fried bulbs today.