Paul and Kelly, If the seed came from me the parent plant is the peach variant posted to the wiki page http://http/www.pacificbulbsociety.org/pbswiki/… . The seedlings grew continuously for two years without a dormant period and subsequently flowered for a long period in summer, producing a rainbow of colour forms. They became dormant for the first time the following autumn (fall). Growth begins again in April. Alberto has said that Rhodophiala generally take 5-6 years to flower from seed and I think this is normally true but I believe this species has been shown to be a natural polyploid which might explain its unusual haste. Growing it continuously without a dormant phase may also be a factor. It appears to enjoy a warm/moist summer and a frost-free dry(ish) winter. Some colour forms are stunning. All are good. Cheers. Den Wilson Isle of Wight UK. Zone 8 (maritime) almost frost-free.