Each year, as spring approaches, I get out the birding CDs and begin to listen to the calls of the various warblers so I'll be ready when the season begins in earnest and I get out into the field. In the same way, each fall, as the crocus season approaches, I take out Bowles and Mathew and "tune up" to be ready for the crocus season. This year I acquired a corm of Crocus etruscus 'Roaslind'. While reading Bowles' account of Crocus etruscus tonight, I noticed that after describing the well known cultivar 'Zwanenburg', he goes on to say " Another form with rosy pink colouring has also been selected over there, and when sufficiently plentiful will be a charming companion to the other [Zwanenburg]." Is this 'another form' the plant now distributed under the name 'Rosalind'? Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where I'm still patiently waiting for some real action on the autumn crocus front.