Well, I thought I'd add my bit to the climate cum soil cum humidity grid. This morning, Nov. 16, the temperature is 29 F. indoor humidity is about 50; snow in granules fell last hour, my soil varies substantially. from one site to another depending on wht I'm trying to grow Basically it's a clayey loam, (prehistoric shore of Lake Michigan), amended with lots of gypsum, and/or, leaves,and coarse sand. I have a hymenocallis caroliniana upa nd in active growth and I'm waiting to see if it dies from the freeze (projected tenmps of 23 F tonight). I have one agapanthus in the ground still which I will leave there (variety unknown), a number of other tropical bulbs that came through last year's two days of zero F. temps sited within 2 feet of the house foundations. Others (crocosmia and crinum) are and will be big question marks as they are further away from the foundation. I will bring in all my arisaema and Zantedeschia first-year seedlings and risk them in a few years. I'd be interested in which agapanthus (named varieties?), if any survived in Idaho. MIght work for me, too. Does anybody have survival information on any Agapanthus named varieties, but particularly Jack's Blue, Timaru or Loch Hope at extended periods below freezing?