Virtually all of my tulips were infected with botrytis this year, some forms more so than others. Both the leaves and the flowers were damaged, in some cases seriously. The flowers in general were disfigured enough to make them useless for photography. Now that the tulip season is over here, in retrospect I realize that the Fritillaria growing right next to the tulips did not show signs of botrytis. Are Fritillaria known to be botrytis resistant? Or do the symptoms of botrytis infection manifest themselves differently in frits? Jim McKenney firstname.lastname@example.org Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA, zone 7, where the last few days have been cold enough to pass for early April. I saw Lilium pumilum blooming in an Alexandria, Virginia garden earlier this week, and L. grayi here is in advanced bud.