Hi Gang, I'm still slugging away, trying to put the clues together from various observations about Crinum, and Crinum hybrids. The observations come from all over the world and sometimes don't seem to agree with one another. For instance, I've run across a number of descriptions of 'Rose Parade.' That plant never reblooms, or it might sometimes. It can have dark pink (but clearly pink) flowers, or nearly red flowers. It can have umbels with 25-30 flowers, or with less than 12. It sets seed, or it doesn't. It can increase readily, or not so much. For me, one revelation was realizing that perhaps some putative 'Rose Parade' plants set seed and that the progeny are nearly identical with the parent plants, but not exactly so. Thus, over time, perhaps 'Rose Parade' seedlings have been passed on here and there, and the variants may have accumulated differences. Also, I've realized that irrigation during the growing season is key to much Crinum performance. Additionally, it seems that established clumps (3 or more years undisturbed), perform differently than newer plantings (more flowers, more rebloom, etc.). Anyway, I was happy to see that Crinum x 'Bradley' (one of my favorites) has rebloomed this summer, after producing flowers 2 times from the same bulb earlier in the season. I wonder if continued irrigation and water over over the growing season might not propel the plants to rebloom even more in future seasons. Cordially, Joe Shaw Not too hot here in Conroe, TX. Humidity moderate for this area, but not low compared to many areas.