After neglecting the genus for years, I decided to take a good look at Muscari this year. "A good look" meant ordering lots of bulbs. In addition to ordering bulbs, I did some Googling and also checked out Martin Phillipo's website. Martin's site has pointed out a potential problem: I ordered bulbs of Muscari armeniacum 'Saffier', but the illustrations I see in catalogs are not what Martin shows on his site. Martin's site shows a very interesting looking Muscari, a Muscari armeniacum with a stretched-out inflorescence somewhat like that of M. comosum. The mass distribution catalogs show a typical Muscari armeniacum. Has anyone else ordered this commercial 'Saffier' and gotten the interesting looking one? I'm getting that feeling that I am going to be disappointed next April. Is anyone other than Martin growing this interesting-looking one? Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where the ground surface froze last night.