Jim, C laevigatus fontanayi flowers here normally mid novembre till early january. This year it is still flowering and might still last 2 more weeks. When stock comes from Holland flowering is allways 2-3 weeks later than the corms which are already acclimatised here. But C imperati allways flowers after C laevigatus and is not yet showing at the moment. le 4/01/07 4:45, Jim McKenney à firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit : > My original stock of this plant is now many years old, and it generally > blooms in mid-winter; in the typical crocus line up it blooms after Crocus > imperati and before C. korolkowii.