Here, Leucojum vernum's performance is directly related to the amount of water it gets in the garden in spring. I've moved it a couple of times to moister areas but I'm sure it never gets as much as it really would like. J. John T Lonsdale PhD 407 Edgewood Drive, Exton, Pennsylvania 19341, USA Home: 610 594 9232 Cell: 484 678 9856 Fax: 801 327 1266 Visit "Edgewood" - The Lonsdale Garden at http://www.edgewoodgardens.net/ USDA Zone 6b Jay, does Leucojum vernum do well for you? Although I've had plants of this species in my garden for decades, they have never seemed really prosperous. They bloom and sometimes set seed, but there is always a sort of halting quality about their performance. Is anyone else out there having real success with this species?