It's about 10 P.M. here, and I just came in from the garden, a garden about to be flooded with light from the full moon. The moon has to clear the trees before it lights the garden. Several big clumps of Hymenocallis of the Ismene group are in full bloom and filling the garden with intense fragrance. These flowers are really beautiful in the light of the moon, especially Sulphur Queen. What a treat! In a friend's garden, Gladiolus callianthus (our old pal Acidanthera) is also in bloom and fragrant: another great moon flower! Jim McKenney Montgomery County, Maryland, USA, USDA zone 7, where I feel agreeably loony tonight.