Thanks you Alberto, George, and Steven! You are all very helpful. I received some flavissima and some citrina, and I may have gotten the labels a little mixed up..... Now I can just sort them out when they bloom. I have found descriptions of citrina (Flora of North America, John Bryan's "Bulbs" etc.) but none of flavissima. I can't find either of their original descriptions on the WWW. So I am grateful for your help. Jim Shields At 07:36 PM 2/24/2014, you wrote: Citrina is winter dormant with no leaves, foliage is a dull pea green, quite narrow and rather lax. Few leaves. Flowers are regular and an intense yellow, with more of boiled egg yolk yellow. like here http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/… and here http://flowersofindia.net/catalog/slides/… or here https://store.brentandbeckysbulbs.com/summer/… http://pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/index.php/… Left image Flavissima is an aquatic plant and under good water conditions foliage is evergreen although the plant is dormant in summer without losing its leaves. Leaves grow in fountain fashion and the bulbs are strongly offsetting rapidly forming a lawn, strikingly resembling Ophiopogon japonicus tufts, althouth of a different green. The leaves are a fresh green, shining, not dull. The yellow is not so deep as in citrina but more a canary yellow. The flowers tepals are evidently subequal, that is the three outer are not exactly like the three inner as in citrina. This is typical of flavissima as well. Here an excellent photo of the foliage http://pinemountainnursery.com.au/products/…<http://pinemountainnursery.com.au/products/…> here excellent examples of the "pleated" tepal typical of flavissima and not so common in most Zephyranthes and Habranthus we know. http://radiumplus.wordpress.com/2010/05/… -- James Shields email@example.com P.O. Box 92 Westfield, IN 46074 U.S.A.