Hi Gang, This came up last year, but herein I try again. If anyone has stock of the yellow-flowered form within Texas, I'd sure like to arrange a trade for seeds or corms. It is a great plant for this area (just north of Houston) because, while it is a winter grower it is also very tolerant of summer rains. And, if you grow it in a pot, you can just put the whole pot away for 4 months in the heat and wet of summer. Cordially, Conroe Joe (Still cool, certainly not cold. Crinum seedlings still trying to grow, but I've cut off water for cacti and succulents 2-4 weeks ago--they try to grow during warm spells and then suffer terrible frost damage at 25 F unless kept bone dry).