Hi Jim, You're welcome for the North Carolina update. It's still cool here, especially at night, which does help the strong pigments stay bright. I cut some 'Ice Follies'' and 'Jetfire' to enjoy in a vase indoors and after a day or so the colors are not as intense, although 'Pinza' looks fresh for days, the intense yellow of the petals holding well while the orange of the cup intensifies. I hope to photograph most of the Narcissus collection this spring and post them to the Wiki, so if you're into Narcissus you can look forward to that, especially if you garden in a colder climate and are wishing you had a little more going on in the garden right now. Regards, Jay Jim McKenney wrote: Thanks for the North Carolina update, Jay! As a matter of fact, I was browsing the wiki last week and noticed your new Narcissus images before you announced them. They are very colorful, much more so than the same cultivars as I grow them here. The temperature perhaps explains that - by the time these bloom here we are generally getting days with temps up into the 70s and even briefly 80s F.