I have H. eucharidifolia open at the moment with its total of four buds all open at once. Extremely fragrant. and noticeable from 5 feet away. I have not yet been able to identify the fragrance as being similar to much of anything else, except maybe one of the Stanhopeas. None of my other hymenocallises had all buds open at once, usually one at a time, in sequence,so that while one was fading and dying, another was taking its place-- does anyone know if this is unusual? This specimen is pot-grown from a bulb I got from Guy Wrinkle. I don't know if the bulb is maximum size. Last year, I had an unidentified Hymenocallis grown outdoors with 11 buds-- all of which opened in sequence with no more than 2 open at any one time. I have not seen any comment in the literature about the sequence of opening nor much about number of flowers , which could be a somewhat reliable and stable taxonomic feature for the field not derivable from herbarium specimens. Comment?